Fate/Samurai Remnant surpasses 300,000 units worldwide in first week
Koei Tecmo has announced that Fate/Samurai Remnant has shipped over 300,000 units worldwide in the action RPG's first week after launch.
Josh Tolentino was quite positive on Fate/Samurai Remnant in his review, stating that the game "takes advantage of a new, grounded setting, a fresh cast of characters, and a gripping narrative to serve as both an approachable gateway to Fate for newbies and a potent fan service vehicle for veterans."
Koei Tecmo's announcement can be found below.
Today, Koei Tecmo and developer Omega Force, alongside collaborators TYPE-MOON and Aniplex Inc., announced that Fate/Samurai Remnant, their latest action RPG, has shipped over 300,000 units worldwide a week after its launch. This critically acclaimed new chapter in the fan-favorite Fate series is now available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC Windows via Steam.
Fate/Samurai Remnant continues the series’ epic Holy Grail War in the fourth year of the Keian Era, Edo Period Japan. Seven pairs of Masters and heroic spirits – also known as Servants – will fight in the Waxing Moon Ritual, with the winning duo receiving an ancient artifact that grants wishes. Miyamoto Iori, a young man in Asakusa, finds himself caught in the violence alongside his Servant Saber as they fight to be the last pair remaining in order to receive the granter of wishes, the Waxing Moon Vessel.
Since its release, Fate/Samurai Remnant has been critically acclaimed, earning a Metacritic score of 82%*. This new epic action RPG includes a wealth of explanations and tips on the Fate world, its lore, and locations unique to the Fate franchise. Both Fate lovers and those who are new to the series can enjoy the game!
Fate/Samurai Remnant is now available in both Standard and Digital Deluxe editions. The Digital Deluxe Edition features the base game, a digital artbook and soundtrack, the Fate/Samurai Remnant Season Pass that includes three DLC sets**, and the Season Pass Bonus item “Hallowed Relic Sword Mountings”.