Hanabee Reveals ‘Fate/stay night: [Unlimited Blade Works]’ Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set 1

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Hanabee Entertainment will be releasing a limited edition Blu-ray box set of Fate/stay night: [Unlimited Blade Works] in Australia on November 12, 2015. Only 1,000 units of this limited edition release will be available. The cover art is featured at the bottom of this article.

It will include the first 13 episodes with Japanese 2.0 audio, English 2.0 audio and English subtitles across four discs. Physical bonuses will include a key art poster for season one, four command seal stickers, a numbered authenticity card and a 24-page artbook featuring concept art, storyboards and breakdowns by ufotable. This will all be housed in a box with a foil print. On-disc extras will include promotional trailers and the textless opening and ending animation. Hanabee provided a synopsis of the series:

The Holy Grail War has begun. An ancient ritual, seven masters and their seven holy spirits fight to the death. It’s said the winner who possesses the Holy Grail is granted any wish they desire. Rin Tohsaka has been training to become a master her whole life, just like her father. Rin and her servant Archer form an unlikely bond with Emiya Shirou who finds himself becoming the master of Saber, one of the most powerful servants in the Holy Grail War. Working together they have to survive knowing only one master can remain. Saber, Lancer, Archer, Rider, Caster, Assassin and Berserker.

Who of these seven heroic spirits will earn the mythical Holy Grail and what will they wish for?

The set has a suggested retail price of $129.99 AUD and can be pre-ordered here. A standard edition DVD release will also be released on the same day for $59.99 AUD. It can be pre-ordered here.

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