Yuki Kajiura, who has composed anime and video game scores alike (Xenosaga Episodes I and II, Fate/Zero, Sword Art Online, Madoka Magica), is returning to the Fate series and composing the music for the Fate/stay night Heaven’s Feel trilogy that was recently announced late March. Kajiura also composed the music for Fate/Zero, and as the film trilogy¬†is the closest of the three routes of Fate/stay night that is a sequel to its predecessor, it makes logical sense for Kajiura to take over the helm once again to compose the music.

The first of three Heaven’s Feel films is set to hit theaters in Japan sometime in 2017.

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