Fire Emblem Heroes: Turn Limit Special Maps and Quests are now live
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A new event is now live in Fire Emblem Heroes. In the Special Maps tab, you can now access to five different Turn Limit Special Maps with two difficulty levels to go through. Beat all the maps within a limited number of turns and you earn up to a total of 10 Orbs.
There is also a new set of Special Quests called “Turn Limit” which can get you some different rewards as well.
The Turn Limit Special Maps and Quests will be available until September 10th.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Valter Grand Hero Battle footage
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Fire Emblem Heroes updated once again last night with a Valter Grand Hero Battle. Get a look at some footage in the video below.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Valter battle now live
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The next grand hero battle is now available for you to try out, Valter is the enemy this time around. The Valter map will be available until August 29th.
Fire Emblem devs on how the “Battle of Revolution” April Fools’ Day joke came to be
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Earlier this week, we made note of an interview Nintendo Dream conducted this summer with the developers of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. In the same interview, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems talked about the “Battle of Revolution” April Fools’ Day joke that took place earlier this year.
It was kind of surprising to see Nintendo go all out with fabricating a game like that. A site was set up, and various images and details were created just for the joke. Basically, Battle of Revolution was imagined as a NES-style game set in the late Edo period of Japan.
Nintendo’s Hitoshi Yamagami and Kenta Nakanishi as well as Intelligent Systems’ Toshiyuki Kusakihara and Masahiro Higuchi discussed Battle of Revolution and how it came to be. It’s an interesting read, with the excerpt posted below. You can also read the full interview on Kantopia.
Fire Emblem Echoes devs – realistic proportions will carry over into the Switch game, why Alm is left-handed, more
The July 2017 issue of Nintendo Dream had a massive interview about Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. Producer Hitoshi Yamagami (Nintendo), director Kenta Nakanishi (Nintendo), director Toshiyuki Kusakihara (Intelligent Systems), and producer Masahiro Higuchi (Intelligent Systems) participated in the discussion.
Among the topics discussed were the use of realistic proportions (which will be carried over into the upcoming Switch title), why Alm is left-handed, and a whole lot more. We’ve picked out some of the notable excerpts below. You can read the full interview on Kantopia.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Sacred World footage
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Fire Emblem Heroes added in its latest content earlier today featuring a new paralogue map, Tempest Trials, and summons. Check out some footage below.
Fire Emblem Heroes – New Sacred Stones heroes now live
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Yesterday it was shared that new heroes from Sacred Stones would be making it into Fire Emblem, as of now the heroes are live. The summoning focus heroes include Amelia, Seth, Innes and Tana. The new heroes also get their own new paralogue missions which is also available now.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Sacred World brings new heroes and Legion returns
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A new Fire Emblem Heroes update is coming out tomorrow and will include characters from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. These new characters will also be the enemies in the newest paralogue missions. On top of all that the Legion grand hero battle is back up today, so players have another shot to get him. You can check out the video for the new heroes below.
Fire Emblem Heroes – Third Tempest Trials: Reunited at Last Trial is now live
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The third Tempest Trials event called “Reunited at Last” is now available in Fire Emblem Heroes. There are new rewards and the Bonus Allies have been updated for this event too.
You can use Celica, Delthea, Gray, or Sonya for a 40% bonus, or Berkut, Clive, Alm, or Genny for a 20% bonus. You can also earn a 4 star version and a 5 star version of the hero Clive, if you score a certain amount of points during this event. The other rewards you can earn during this event are some new Sacred Seals and orbs.
This Tempest Trial will be live until August 25th.
Fire Emblem Heroes: Hero Fest summoning focus is live
A new summoning focus is now available in Fire Emblem Heroes. It’s called “Hero Fest” and it features 5 star versions of Ike, Ninian, Julia, and Genny. This summoning focus is part of the Starter Support Event, to help newcomers get a good start in the game.
The “Hero Fest” summoning focus will be available until August 18th.