Type-Moon studio BB, the Type-Moon game and story development circle's new game studio, announced on Wednesday that it is developing a remake of Marvelous Entertainment's Fate/Extra PlayStation Portable, titled Fate/Extra Record. The announcement celebrates the game's 10th anniversary. The announcement did not reveal a platform or a release date.
Type-Moon studio BB director Kazuya Nino is the director and planner of the remake project. Nino was the producer for Fate/Extra, and also worked on the first Etrian Odyssey game. Arco Wada returns as character designer.
Marvelous Entertainment and Type-Moon released the Fate/Extra PlayStation Portable game in Japan in 2010. Aksys Games released the game in North America in November 2011. The Fate/Extra CCC companion game shipped in Japan on the PSP in March 2013. The games are set in an alternate science-fiction continuity of Type-Moon's Fate universe, often referred to by fans as the "Extraverse."
The games inspired SHAFT's 10-episode television anime Fate/Extra Last Encore in January 2018. Netflix began streaming the anime outside of Japan on June 30, 2018. The three-episode Fate/Extra Last Encore: Illustrias Tendōsetsu (Illustrias Geocentrism) special then debuted in July 2018.
Marvelous released Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, a new "Extraverse" game, for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in November 2016. XSEED Games released the game in the West in January 2017, and on the PC and Switch in July 2017. Fate/EXTELLA LINK, an enhanced version of the game, shipped in Japan in June 2018, and XSEED Games released the game in March 2019.
Source: Fate/Extra Record's website