2nd Fate/Grand Order: Camelot Anime Film Hits Japanese Theaters May 8, 2021



The official website for the two-part anime film Fate/Grand Order – Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot has announced that its second part Paladin; Agateram is set to be released in Japan on May 8, 2021. The films tells “The Sixth Singularity,” which has been a very popular episode among players of the Fate/Grand Order smartphone RPG, from the perspective of Bedivere, one of Knights of the Round Table.


A 60-second teaser trailer for the second part is now streamed on the web. It introduces the theme song “Toumei” (Invisible) sung by Mamoru Miyano, who is also cast as the voice of the protagonist Bedivere. 










Poster visual:



The film’s second edition advance tickets will go on sale at Japanese theaters from February 13. Purchasers will get an “Bedivere / Fou Acrylic Strap” using newly drawn SD illustrations of the characters.




The first part Fate/Grand Order – Divine Realm of the Round Table: Camelot -Wandering; Agateram- was released in Japan on December 2, 2020, and has earned 410 million yen (3.89 million USD). The film was originally set for a release on August 15 but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The film’s DVD/Blu-ray is set to be released in Japan on April 21, 2021. Its perfect limited production set also includes the original soundtrack CD, a 48-page booklet “Animation Material,” and a 52-page illustration book “ART BOOK.”



Newly drawn jacket illustration by the anime character designer Mieko Hosoi:






Source: Aniplex press release




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