Aniplex America have revealed the first trailer for their English dubbing of ufotable’s anime adaptation of Type-Moon’s Fate/stay night, Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, at Anime Expo 2015. This trailer gives us a glimpse of all the voices for the upcoming physical release of the anime. The first Blu-ray and DVD release will contain the first 12 episodes of the anime with both Japanese and English audio, and English and Spanish subtitles. The Blu-ray boxset will contain additional footage and audio, including the OST, a Schwarz card, a 24 page booklet and a special box designed by character designer Takashi Takeuchi.
Aniplex USA will release the Blu-ray and DVD release of Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works on August 25. The Blu-ray boxset will cost $179.98 USD and can be ordered here.
And here is the Japanese dub for comparison:
Here is the main visual of the anime:
Here is a synopsis of the series from MAL:
Fuyuki City—a city surrounded by the ocean and the mountains becomes the setting for an age-old ritual. To realize the mythical Holy Grail, which is said to grant any wish from its possessor, seven masters are given seven heroic spirits chosen by the Grail. These heroic spirits or servants are: Saber, Lancer, Archer, Rider, Caster, Assassin, Berserker.
Each master will enter into a contract with their assigned servants and battle the other masters and servants to the death until only one pair remains…
This is the “Holy Grail War.”
This story focuses primarily on the heroine Rin Toosaka. After her father’s death, Rin enters the Holy Grail War as the sole heir to the prestigious Toosaka Household, with her servant Archer. But, she soon finds out that Shirou Emiya, a boy from her high school has gotten himself involved in the battles and unexpectedly saves him when he is fatally injured.
Before long, Rin sets out to strike down the conspiracies surrounding the Holy Grail War along with Shirou and his summoned servant Saber. And so, the story begins to explore the truth behind Shirou’s powers and the nature behind his unyielding will to become a “hero.”