On the official Twitter account of the OVAs project Fate / Great Carnival, it was announced that the release of the second pack (described as the “second season”) was postponed to October 13 in Japan due to production problems. This release was scheduled for September 29th and this is actually the second postponement. It was originally planned for August 25th.

Fate / Great Carnival

Fate / Great Carnival is a continuation project too Carnival phantasmwhich changed its name after the inclusion of the characters from Fate / Grand Order for occupation. The releases are planned on two Blu-ray / DVD packages, each of which will contain two episodes with a total duration of thirty minutes. These two packages are listed as “Seasons” and the first was released in Japan on June 2nd.

Production team

  • Seiji Kishi (Angel beats!, Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Carnival phantasm), is responsible for project management during the course lark.
  • Makoto uezu (Akame ga kill!, Arslan Senki (TV), Carnival phantasm), is responsible for writing and maintaining the scripts.
  • Kazuaki morita (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Carnival phantasm) and Tomohito Hirose (Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Carnival phantasm) are responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Yasuharu Takanashi (Carnival phantasm, fairy tales, Gunjou no Magmell), is responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Carnival Phantasm Synopsis

How do you resolve a conflict between powerful spirits of famous heroes fighting for a price that can grant every wish? Wage a war that costs blood, sweat and tears? Too much work, how about a game show competition?

Carnivel Phantasm takes various characters from Type-Moon’s original works and puts them in a variety of light-hearted settings that parody their respective series. Watch Lancer suffer from his lousy “luck” value, or watch the selfish King of Heroes gleefully kneel before a Dominatrix King of Knights. Remember to leave your mind on the door before entering.

Source: Official Twitter account


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