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Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have announced the next update coming to Fire Emblem Heroes. The update, version 7.2.0, is set to release on February 5 in North America and February 6 in Europe.

This new version will feature a new pity system for Summoning Events, the Focus Charge feature. The update is otherwise pretty standard, offering new weapons and skills to existing characters and making a few other minor adjustments.

The patch notes for Fire Emblem Heroes version 7.2.0 are as follows:

Nintendo has just announced the next event coming to Mario Kart Tour, that being the brand-new Exploration Tour. As per usual, this Tour will feature new driver and kart elements and a new Mii Racing Suit, but the main highlight here is a brand-new track, Piranha Plant Cove. This track was teased earlier today and features large underwater temples for racers to drive through.

Nintendo has put out a couple of trailers for the new Tour and Mii Racing Suit, which you can watch below.

Mario Kart Tour Plant Cove track

Mario Kart Tour is set to receive a brand new course known as Plant Cove, Nintendo has announced. This track has never appeared in the series previously.

Nintendo provided a first look a the course today, pictured above. It obviously has a water theme going on, but we only have a glimpse for now. We do know that it will be featured in the Exploration Tour on February 7 at 10 PM PT / February 8 at 1 AM ET. Full details about the event have not yet been provided.

Fire Emblem Heroes Choose Your Legends Round 7 results

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have revealed the results of the Fire Emblem Heroes: Choose Your Legends Round 7 event.

In the men’s division, Robin came in first place with 18,401 votes followed by Soren in second place with 18,051 votes. Gullveig was the top choice in the women’s division with 16,941 votes followed by Corrin in second with 14,369 votes. The special Choose Your Legends versions of these heroes will be added to the game this summer. If you’re curious, we have last year’s results here.

Pokemon GO 2023 Valentine's Day Mega Gardevoir

Niantic has announced a 2023 Valentine’s Day event for Pokemon GO, which will add Mega Gardevoir to the game. Shiny Tapu Lele and Shiny Frillish will also be appearing.

The Pokemon GO 2023 Valentine’s Day event will be held between Wednesday, February 8, 2023, at 10 AM to Tuesday, February 14, 2023, at 8 PM local time. The following in-game bonuses and features are planned:

A new update for Pokemon Home has just released, bringing the app to version 2.1.0. This patch specifically affects the mobile version of the app, with the Switch version remaining untouched for now.

This new update focuses around adding further Pokemon Scarlet and Violet integration for the app, specifically by making Ranked Battle data from those games viewable within the app. On top of addressing other small issues, it’s also providing a similar feature for Pokemon Sword and Shield, allowing players to view battle results from those titles.

Here are the full patch notes for Pokemon Home’s version 2.1.0 update:

Pokemon Unite Comfey

Original (1/26): The latest addition to Pokemon Unite has been revealed, as Comfey is set to join the game. A release date of February 2, 2023 has been shared.

When a new Pokemon is announced for Unite, it’s usually just that – without any further information. That has happened once again. However, we’re likely to receive a trailer sometime within the next week, and we’ll add it in here once it’s live.

Pokemon Unite update

Pokemon Unite has gone live with its latest update, moving up to version

The patch is largely about balancing various Pokemon. There are also shop updates, event updates, bug fixes, and text fixes.

The full patch notes for the Pokemon Unite version update are as follows:

Pikmin Bloom update 62.1

Another update has come through for Pikmin Bloom, with Niantic issuing version 62.1.

Some small improvements and adjustments are included like visual hints informing players how to collect rewards in big flowers, cutting back on memory usage, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Fire Emblem Heroes Fomortiis Gotoh

Fire Emblem Heroes has revealed that Fomortiis: Demon King from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones and Gotoh: White Sage from Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem will appear as Mythic Heroes in a Double Mythic Heroes summoning event.

Fomortiis: Demon King is voiced by Mark P. Whitten with art by Daisuke Izuka. Meanwhile, Gotoh: White Sag is voiced by Leonard Draper with art by Shimomura Watari. Fomortiis has the learnable skills Ravager, Bonfire, Nightmare, Beast Follow-Up 3, and A/D Far Save 3. For Gotoh, it’s Brilliant Starlight, Iceberg, Gift of Magic, Guard 4, and Joint Dist. Guarda.

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