Fate/Grand Order (English)

Fate/Grand Order (English)

By Aniplex Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-25
  • Current Version: 1.39.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 160.86 MB
  • Developer: Aniplex Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 8,090 Ratings


A new mobile "Fate RPG," presented by TYPE-MOON! With an impressive main scenario and multiple character quests, the game features millions of words of original story! Packed with content that both fans of the Fate franchise and newcomers will be able to enjoy. Summary 2017 A.D. Chaldea, an organization tasked with observing Earth's future, has confirmed that human history will be eliminated at 2019. Without warning, the promised future of 2017 disappeared. Why? How? Who? By what means? AD. 2004. A certain provincial town in Japan. For the first time ever, a region that could not be observed appeared. Assuming that this was the cause of humanity’s extinction, Chaldea carried out its sixth experiment - time travel into the past. A forbidden ceremony where they would convert humans into Spiritrons and send them back in time. By intervening in events, they would locate, identify, and destroy the space-time Singularities. The mission classification is an order to protect Humanity: Grand Order. This is the title for those who would take a stand against human history and battle fate in order to protect mankind. Game Introduction A command card battle RPG optimized for smart phones! Players become Masters and together with Heroic Spirits, defeat enemies and solve the mystery of human history's disappearance. It's up the players to form a party with their favorite Heroic Spirits - both new and old. Game Composition/Scenario Direction Kinoko Nasu Character Design/Art Direction Takashi Takeuchi Scenario Writers Yuichiro Higashide, Hikaru Sakurai Required operating system: OS compatible with iOS 10.0 or higher. Enabled devices: iPhone 5 and higher, iPad 3rd generation and higher, iPad Mini 2 and higher, iPod touch 6th generation *Please confirm system requirements on home page instead of from the App Store compatibility. *Incompatible with iPod touch 5th generation and lower, iPhone 4S and lower. This application uses "CRIWARE (TM)" from CRI Middleware Co. Ltd.



  • Laggy on iOS

    By whatevs8686
    Very laggy on IOS. Almost unplayable.
  • The enemy’s are too OP

    By 178394916253849
    I love this game a lot! But the enemy’s abilities are too powerful and have so much hp half of the time! I was fighting a level 50 servant and my servant was 50 also and the enemy servant had loads more health than I did! I only had 7/8000 health while the enemy had 100,000 or 200,000! Their skills also. It’s like they don’t even have a cool down! They can use their skills multiple times no sweat! With np gaining ones, they can use that multiple times and possibly kill my entire team. I had a fight once and the enemy kept stunning my entire team and I couldn’t do anything about it! Please make fights a bit more fair! I can see how this was meant to be a little bit of a challenge and I can understand that, but it doesn’t give others who play the game and also under level a chance a victory. I hope you will understand my case.
  • Animation lag on new iPhone

    By Djwolf-1
    Love Fate/GO but on my new iPhone 11max I been getting animation lag on the game so hopefully there will be a update that could fix that?
  • iPhone 11 performance is horrible

    By Prettyflack0
    Cannot recommend this game for anyone if you are running it on an iPhone 11. It is just slow as hell which makes it hard to enjoy the game.
  • Gacha

    By K1ngCl0wn
    Es un juego de farm, el gacha es horrible de 1% pero cuando te sale la waifu/husbando quedas contento ya que el% es horrible por eso junten para lo que gusten sacar
  • Good game but

    By Sol Bladeheart
    I love this game but there is a bug that keeps shutting off the app.
  • Slow

    By Albar Blanc
    Please fix the problem of the slow running of the game on iphone 11. I love the game but it's frustrating how slow it goes sometimes because of that.
  • Screen resolution and UI

    By IcurasX1
    If you spent a bit of time updating screen resolution and enhancing your UI you could make so much more money off this game. Maybe even get a larger western audience.
  • A fun, if merciless grind

    By The Fighting Hobbit
    Among the ‘gacha’-style games, “Fate Grand Order” stands among them as the most popular boasting nearly twelve million downloads in the US alone, an enthusiastic fan community and several dedicated guide pages in forums, Wikis and even in online publication Den of Geek. With a colorful, attractive cast of playable ‘Servants’, heroes and heroines culled from the annals of history, mythology and popular culture, as well as mainstays from other Type-MOON properties such as “Fate/Kaleid Liner”, it’s easy to find your favorite and raise them up to be a force to be reckoned with. These Servants fall, with some exceptions, into one of seven Classes based on their traits and deeds - Saber, Archer, Lancer, Rider, Assassin, Caster and Berserker. The lore of the game and the accompanying media franchise is exceedingly deep and shows a passion and creativity that is to admired, especially since the series creator, Type-MOON, released the original Fate game, “Fate/Stay Night”, some sixteen years prior as soft core pornography. There are, however, a few drawbacks. The premium economy can be rather unforgiving. At $30, you can purchase a ten-roll with some extra Saint Quartz, the in-game currency, sprinkled on top, with the promise of a guaranteed four or five-star Servant or Craft Essence, essentially a piece of equipment for a Servant to wear that increases their stats and provides a beneficial effect (“Volumen Hydrangeum”, for example, provides three hits of invulnerability, or “Kaleidoscope” can have your Servant enter the battle with their Noble Phantasm Gauge, a meter that rises to unlock that Servant’s ultimate attack, have a starting charge.) However, the rates for Craft Essences are much higher than Servants. Therefore, it’s easy to roll multiple 10s and not come out with a single four-star or five-star Servant. And while the game is balanced wonderfully in such a way that even lower rarity Servants can still be viable (the three-star Robin Hood is widely regarded as one of the most powerful single target Archers in the game, while the two-star Hans Christian Anderson, a Caster, provides powerful team support) the attraction to getting rarer and rarer Servants is the draw and lends to the insidious nature of gacha games that promote gambling addiction. And then there’s the grinding. FGO is an extraordinarily ’grindy’ game, even among contemporaries such as “Granblue Fantasy” and “Raid: Shadow Legends”: raising your Servants to higher echelons of power require leveling them up using ‘Embers of Wisdom’, which come in bronze, silver, and gold variations, with level caps requiring specific materials farmed from the game, events and as random drops from enemies. The game can be downright parsimonious with the drop rates of some of these materials outside certain time-sensitive events, and some cannot even be accessed until later stages of the game. So if you happened to roll the four-star Berserker of El Dorado in an event but have no access to the Agartha story chapter, her power will be severely hampered and you’ll find your enthusiasm likewise hampered. However, the game alleviates this by drip-feeding events into the player base: at the time of writing, the Valentine’s Day event is underway where the player must collect various item drops to make chocolate, create a factory to produce more and more chocolate and clear a tiered item shop where more chocolate means rarer and rarer items. As a cute bonus, you have the option to give Valentine’s chocolate to your Servants or have them given to you by your Servants in a special cutscene, adding a bit of personality to what would be faceless anime avatars (the four-star Berserker Ibaraki-Douji, for example, will reluctantly give you chocolate that she herself has taken a bite from, and the five-star Rider Ozymandias, will take you on a midnight stroll while proclaiming his own greatness before presenting you with a box of Sphinx kittens) and endearing this colorful cast of characters to players. Because that is the greatest strength of the game, and the Fate series as a whole: character. The wide variety and depth of character makes what should be a money mill for the developer evolves with smart writing and simple, easy-to-understand but nuanced gameplay that rewards creativity and understanding the mechanics of the game.
  • GOAT

    By eoooojgcjjb bop
    This is a great game you should watch the anime if you have not already