Fate/Grand Order (English)

Fate/Grand Order (English)

By Aniplex Inc.

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-25
  • Current Version: 2.8.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 145.02 MB
  • Developer: Aniplex Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.46363
From 10,131 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.


  • The summary

    By Eadragonixius
    Do have endless hours of time that you don’t know what to do with and millions of dollars worth of money you’d like to burn? Then Fate/GO is the perfect game for you! Grind in this game for the rest of eternity for this anime girl thigh you will never get to rest on as a lap pillow! But seriously it’s a good game...
  • Amazing

    By 👀❤️🐣🐀🐾
    I’m absolutely obsessed with everything fate. I love the shows and have watched almost every one and when the third Heavens Feel movie came out, I immediately went to the theaters. This company is truly amazing and I love playing this game. It is a very unique and addicting game! I even started watching Garden of Sinners, another show made by this awesome company. I truly love this game <3
  • Love the series n game

    By ellz1227
    Since i started watching the anime and still on the search for series with some of the servant I haven’t seen yet but have in this game. I love this game.. that drop rate is ridiculous but understandable .. and same thing with the summons yu get.. those quartz are something special. I recommend having ya go to squad that can beat almost anyone with a nice buff combo.. n to do all free quest for free quartz
  • Astolfo

    By Chimioreo
    Is in the game
  • 3/5 Good Game, Terrible Gacha

    By [ma}{ima]
    Pros: - Fate franchise nostalgia. - Excellent artwork and storyline. - Good depth of strategy & gameplay mechanics. Cons: - Sometimes the game slows down then crashes during battle. Cause unknown. - Frustrating summoning system. Servant summon rates are super low- a “rate up” is usually 0.07% summon chance. There’s tons and tons of unwanted craft essences diluting the summon pool so if you do x10 draws it’s possible it will only give a 4* Craft Essence and that’s it- the rest are common servants and craft essences. - Quartz are an extremely limited in-game resource while purchasing them in the store is rather expensive. - No auto-play or option to raid previously cleared stages to save time. All battles have to be done manually which can be a drag as time goes by. Score: 3/5 The developers seem to be pushing the Fate nostalgia a little bit too far. There are quite a handful of players out there that spend very generously and keep recharging premium currency until they pull their desired servant, making the developer realize that the lower the rates, the more the whales would spend until they get what they want. But what of the common free-to-play players or medium spenders? The summon rates are just too low even compared to other Hero Collector games out there where chances go up to 3% for some, while others assure a decent unit after doing a set number pulls during a specific banner- those devs obviously want players to just play and have a good time, in F/GO however, you can save up hundreds of quartz and tickets and still possibly get nothing desirable. The developers could have implemented many other ways aside from frustrating the gacha for players to spend money and continuously support the game. Players could indeed progress through and finish the singularities with just whatever servants they get, but in a Hero Collecting type of game- players are motivated to keep playing because they have specific servants in mind they really wanna get, frustrate them too much and they’ll just move to another game. So far while I do believe F/GO is one of the best strategic anime RPG’s for mobile, it’s also among the games with the worst summon rates overall. I’d advise players to stick to being free-to-play. Play it for the story, use whatever good servants you get and avoid spending to get quartz to get a specific servant because it really isn’t worth the money, trouble or frustration when there are other games out there worth recommending over this one.
  • Terrible service

    By vooplue
    Lost all my progress after deleting this game from my phone once. The supports are not helpful at all.
  • Fix screen borders and put auto combat

    By oikaws
    Fix screen borders and put auto combat, lazy devs
  • Necessary companion to epic fantasy world, but weak experience unless you pay

    By Devin707
    FGO is a key piece to the storylines of Fate...but don’t expect to gain full appreciation of those stories unless you’re willing to overpay. Customer support is dreadful. The free version of the game is a horrendously slow progression, because the daily summons won’t yield sufficient strength to compete the story. Worse, the in-game currency summons rarely return the advertised limited servants and items. Without acquisition of a servant, a player can’t read the details and story of the servant. Even after finally “buying” the chance summoning, more time and/or money must be spent to unlock additional story. Worst of all, if you lose access to your account, there is no help to be found. You’ll have to start over, because the “support” system has no concept of service. Bottom line, if you like throwing away hundreds, yes hundreds, of dollars to overcome the low drop rates of a game, this might be for you. If you are a fan of the Fate world but want to save money for the animated works...just go to the wiki and YouTube. You’ll save months of frustration.

    By WeebGawd
    This is an awesome game! Being free to play and only getting lucky enough to pull one 5 star unit every year is incredible.
  • fun game, not epileptic friendly

    By Midnight Siren
    please add an option to disable flashing and NP so people with epilepsy can actually enjoy and play the game. overall fun game. i started with tama cat & got astolfo very quickly. only problem is the game triggered my epilepsy with the excessive flashing during summoning and NP.