On the official Twitter account of the OVAs project Fate / Great Carnival, a special promotional video containing the opening sequence has been released. The video, a reminder that the first package is now available in Japan, includes the theme song, "Super ☆ Affection," sung by the voice.

Fate / Great Carnival is a continuation project too Carnival phantasmwhich got its name after the inclusion of the characters of. has changed 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," with the first scheduled for June 2nd and the second scheduled for August 25th.

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) Y. Tomohito Hirose ((Ansatsu Kyoushitsu, Carnival phantasm) are responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Yasuharu Takanashi ((Carnival phantasm, fairy tale, 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" or watch the selfish king of heroes kneel cheerfully before a dominatrix king of knights. Remember to leave your mind on the door before entering.

Fountain: Official Twitter account

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