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The official Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter account has posted screenshots of the three new History Mode maps that will be part of the upcoming Fire Emblem Awakening DLC pack. The three new playable characters that are added with this DLC are Owain, Tharja and Olivia, and their corresponding History Mode maps are based on the chapters in which they are recruited in Fire Emblem Awakening.

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The Nintendo Treehouse Log has updated again with another entry. For its latest post, the Fire Emblem Awakening DLC for Fire Emblem Warriors is covered in detail.

Here’s an excerpt:

We have another round of screenshots showcasing the upcoming Fire Emblem Awakening DLC in Fire Emblem Warriors. Moreover, the latest images are in English. Hit up the gallery below for screenshots focusing on Support Conversations, History Maps, and more.

Minecraft: New 3DS Edition has received a new update on New 3DS. Primarily, we’re hearing that local multiplayer has been added. We’re not currently aware of any other additions or changes. If there’s anything else to the patch that we hear about, we’ll pass along the news.

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This week’s issue of Famitsu unfortunately made a critical error regarding the Fire Emblem Awakening DLC for Fire Emblem Warriors. The magazine said that the DLC would be out on March 22, but that’s not actually the case.

With the official Japanese website updating today, the final release date for the Awakening DLC is March 29. That’s likely to be during the evening of March 28 in North America.

We also have another important note about the new update due out alongside the DLC. With version 1.5.0, support for video capture will be added in.

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Koei Tecmo has released the first official screenshots for the new Fire Emblem Awakening DLC in Fire Emblem Warriors. We have the various images below.

This week’s issue of Famitsu has early information on what’s to come for Fire Emblem Warriors. Along with actual details for the Fire Emblem Awakening DLC and new update, the magazine reveals a release date.

First, here’s a roundup of information:

Last week, the Fire Emblem Cipher Festival event was held in Japan. Those who attended were treated to something special. It’s not online at the moment, but fans were shown a character trailer for Tharja in Fire Emblem Warriors.

Based on reports from those who were present, Tharja is apparently a Robin clone. Also, one of the new History Maps is based on Chapter 9 of Fire Emblem Awakening, where she’s recruited. The video also showed that during her victory movie, she poses like her official figure.

Last week, we shared a translated Fire Emblem Warriors developer interview focusing on the first DLC pack for Fire Emblem Warriors. We’ve gone ahead and posted the next discussion based on the Shadow Dragon Pack below.

In its latest issue, Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream had a one-on-one talk with director Hiroya Usuda. Usuda spoke about introducing Navarre, Minerva, and Linde as playable characters, the new wedding costumes, and more.

Here’s our full translation:

Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream started interviewing the Fire Emblem Warriors developers following the release of the game’s DLC packs. For the first discussion, producer Yosuke Hayashi and director Hiroya Usuda were brought in. The two discussed how the game was received, the additions of Azura, Niles, and Oboro, how the inclusion of the Armor Strike system came to be, and more.

You can read our full translation of the interview below. Stay tuned, as we’ll have the next interview focusing on the Shadow Dragon DLC Pack soon.