Marvelous Europe and Rice Digital have announced release details for Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star – including the release date, editions, and even a new trailer to up your hype levels.

That’s right folks; Rice Digital has been in contact to announce the European editions for Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, and have revealed that alongside the standard edition for the region they’ll be bringing a special ‘Moon Crux’ edition to the table.

According to the press release, the Moon Crux edition will include;


  • The Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star game on PS4 or PSVita
  • A superb hardcover art book featuring over 100 pages of high-quality illustrations from Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star (7.5” by 6.3”)
  • A full set of 16 collectible Art Cards depicting each of the game’s Servants (3” by 5”)
  • A unique cloth poster featuring a fantastic artwork design (24” by 17”)
  • A beautiful, large, high-quality presentation box, exclusive to Europe, complete with a premium finish.

You can pre-order the Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star Moon Crux edition from Rice Digital here, or grab the standard edition from them here if you don’t need all the goodies.

Need a refresher on the game before you make the leap? There’s a new trailer from Marvelous Europe that should fill that need quite nicely;

Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star is headed to Japan on November 10th, Europe this January, and North America sometime early in 2017.

Are you looking to pick it up?

  • Jeroen Driks

    To expensive, rice digital asks 22 euro of shipping to EU except england, and the standalone game is also 35 pound and 22 euro shipping!

    Better off with Marvelous EU website for Moon Crux Edition, they sell it for the same price but signed shipping is just 10 euro for EU, and for standalone game 365 Games UK is WAY cheaper with 25 pounds for the game and max 3 pound for shipping outisde UK (uk is free)

    • Johhny Ridden

      Agreed. Also, Rice Digital simply refuses to ship to some countries and has stopped shipping to others. I really hope Pqube and other publishers stop giving them exclusive limited editions.