Fire Emblem Engage release date

In September last year, Nintendo introduced Fire Emblem Engage as the next game in the RPG series at a Nintendo Direct.

Following the success of Fire Emblem Three Houses, the game will retain many key features from the previous games while reviving others. First and foremost, the new Emblem Rings combat system will certainly give players new strategies to use to their advantage, and the radically different storyline can be appreciated by everyone from series veterans to players new to the games.

Engage will feature an all-new cast of characters trying to save the continent of Elyos from the Fell Dragon, the story’s main antagonist. Throughout the story, Alear, the playable main character, must find the emblem rings to quell the rise of the Fell Dragon.

The latest installment in the Fire Emblem series will be released on January 20th, along with the first wave of downloadable content. The first wave will feature several characters from Fire Emblem Three Houses, as well as other items.

According to Nintendo, Edelgard, Dimitri and Claude will all be emblems that will be available in the first wave, accompanied by additional in-game items. The addition of these characters to the already seemingly robust set of emblems available in the game is sure to offer players a variety of tactics.

The game will be exclusive to the Nintendo Switch and can either be purchased through the Nintendo E-Shop and the game downloaded to the Switch, or purchased as a physical copy.

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Greg Norman

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