“Fate/Grand Order” Real Escape Game Coming to 5 Japanese Cities

“Fate/Grand Order: Escape from the Baker Street” Real Escape Game


Real-life escape game designers Scrap will be bringing a “Fate/Grand Order” event to Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, and Fukuoka starting on May 11th.

The game, titled “Fate/Grand Order: Escape from the Baker Street,” is produced with cooperation from FGO Project (Notes, Aniplex, and Delight Works) and features an entirely new story. Players will take the role of a Master working in tandem with legendary Servants, solving puzzles and unraveling the mystery of the “Enigmatic Singularity” to escape the game.

The event’s key visual has been created by artist Kazuaki, the designer of “Fate/Grand Order” card “Noisy Obsession.” Following the end of the game’s run in each city, the “FGO x Real Escape Game” production team will hold a panel session discussing the event.

The game will be held at Tokyo’s Harajuku Himitsukichi of Scrap on May 11th through June 10th; at Osaka Himitsukichi of Scrap on June 2nd through July 1st; at Nazo Complex Nagoya on June 23rd through July 22nd; at Ajito of Scrap Sapporo on August 4th through 19th; and at Ajito of Scrap Fukuoka Tenjin on August 4th through 26th. Tickets are 3,500 yen in advance and 4,000 yen at the door. Advance tickets accompanied by an exclusive Archer butterfly pin are available for 4,000 yen.



“Fate/Grand Order: Escape from the Baker Street” Real Escape Game


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