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WATCH: ‘Fate/Apocrypha’ TV anime commercial streamed, show premieres in July

/ 04:11 PM June 11, 2017

A new TV commercial for the upcoming anime adaptation of “Fate/Apocrypha” began streaming on the show’s official website. It also featured the Servant Ruler and is the first of three themed commercials for the show.

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Anime News Network reports that the second commercial will premiere on June 17 and will have a “Black Faction/Red Faction” theme. The last one will be an “Opening of the Holy Grail War” theme which will premiere on June 24.

“Fate/Apocrypha” the TV anime series will premiere on July 1. Netflix will exclusively stream the show starting July 3.

Fate/Apocrypha

The latest promotional image revealed on the official website. Image: “Fate/Apocrypha” official website

A special advance screening for the anime’s first two episodes will be held at Tokyo’s Shinjuku Wald 9 theater on June 30.

The show’s opening theme song “Eiyū Unmei no Uta” (The Song of a Hero’s Fate) will be performed by Japanese band EGOIST. The ending theme song will be performed by Japanese pop rock duo GARNiDELiA.

“Fate/Apocrypha” is an adaptation of game company TYPE-MOON and Yuichiro Higashida’s novels of the same name. It follows two opposing factions of mages and their summoned Servants as they clash in an unusual Holy Grail War. The winner of this conflict gains the Holy Grail and can have one wish fulfilled. Alfred Bayle/JB

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