In Japan, multiple editions of the game were made available: the “Velber Box” includes one copy of the game for the PlayStation 4 and one for the PlayStation Vita, a box with art by Wada, an oppai (“breast”) mousepad depicting a Saber servant, a book with development information and a glossary, a download code for alternative costumes for the servants Nero and Gilgamesh; the “Regalia Box” includes one copy of the game for either platform, the box, the book, and a download code for one of the costumes included in the Velber Box. All Japanese copies of the game also come with a download code for two additional costumes, for Nero and Artoria Pendragon. Copies bought at Loppi or HMV also include one more costume, for a male character. Meanwhile, Japanese digital purchases include a “Dragon Magician Girl” costume for Elizabeth Bathory. Additional downloadable costumes will be published after the game’s release, including a set of nine swimsuits, one set of seven women’s clothes, one set of nine men’s clothes, and one of three Fate/stay night costumes.
Fate/Extella is a single-player action game in which the player takes the role of a “master”, who works together with spirits known as servants, who fight large numbers of enemies. The player can customize the master, choosing their name and gender. There are sixteen playable servants in the game, divided into eight classes: Saber, Archer, Lancer, Caster, Assassin, Rider, Berserker, and Extra Class. Different servants have different fighting styles: the Saber swordswoman Nero Claudius has powerful sword skills and balanced abilities; the Caster magus Tamamo no Mae can use magic skills; and the Saber swordswoman Attila uses a violent battle style.