Fate/Stay Night is dominating the anime world right now, and it seems as though that trend is going to continue for at least a little while longer.
Very early this morning, it was revealed during a Fate/Grand Order live stream that two story arcs from the hit mobile game would be getting anime adaptations.
The first one to be announced is a TV anime for the Babylonia story arc. In this story arc, the setting is Mesopotamia in the year 2655 B.C. It is “the earliest age in which humanity parted ways from the gods and a prophecy has foretold that ruin will attempt to consume Uruk.” No details were made available for the TV series besides the animation studio, which will be Cloverworks.
Also announced during the live stream was an anime movie for the Camelot story arc. This one takes place in 1273 A.D. As with the other announcement, the only detail we know about this release is that it will be produced by Production I.G.
Fate/Grand Order is part of the larger Fate universe. Originally launched in Japan in late July 2015 before getting an English release in June 2017. According to one report, the game has exceeded $1.8 billion in revenue worldwide as of this month.