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Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties (Part Two) is about to kick off in Dragalia Lost. In preparation of the event, Nintendo has gone live with a new trailer. Give it a look below.

Nintendo has offered up preliminary information about the next major event in Mario Kart Tour. Players can look forward to the Flower Tour, which starts next week.

Nintendo says that “a certain driver whose name pairs perfectly with flowers will appear in a new outfit”. Other details have yet to be shared.

The Flower Tour goes live in Mario Kart Tour on May 5 at 11 PM PT / May 6 at 2 AM ET.


Voting Gauntlet: Green Grapple has kicked off in Fire Emblem Heroes. Green-haired Heroes are featured, and players can lead the army they joined to victory and reap rewards. Increase Battle Flags and earn Orbs, Divine Codes (Ephemera 4), Sacred Coins, or Refining Stones by completing quests.

Also available today is Special Heroes Revival: A Season for Picnics. Four Special Heroes are available as part of a 5-star summoning focus.

Director of Dragalia Lost, Yuji Okada, took time to detail what’s next for the game in May in a lengthy news update. Included in the article, he reiterates the features of the two Fire Emblem updates and then gets into what is coming this month.

For May, players can expect the revival of the Loyalty’s Requiem raid event, which was the first raid event after the game launched. The team is also adding an interlude to Chapter 13 of the story, as well as including the “Dream Big Under the Big Top” facility event to the event compendium. Both of these additions are expected in late May.

Finally, there will be added Master modes to some quests in The Agito Uprising, such as Volk’s Wrath, and the ability to craft craft tier II flame-attuned 6 star weapons.

The rest of the article talks about what is coming next in Dragalia Lost, and the entire column is available to read below:

Niantic has detailed more of its plans for Pokemon GO for the month of May 2020. Shinx will be available as a Research Breakthrough encounter, and it’ll come with bonus Shinx Candies. Pokemon Spotlight Hours will also be held every Tuesday.

Today’s post also mentions that there’ll be no new Team GO Rocket Special Research from May until the end of September. 

Here’s the full update from Niantic: 

Special thanks to Serebii for the translation of today’s new events, which you can see after the break:

The Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties event has started as of Apr. 29, 11 PM PT. You can play the defensive battle quests in co-op mode. Protect your gate from imperial soldiers and earn rewards. Coliseum quests will also be added on May 3, 11 PM PT. The first part of the Summon Showcase for Kindred Ties is also available. Check out the video below to see Chrom and Peony in the spotlight.

Pokemon GO will be ending season 1 of its GO Battle League this week. Developer Niantic is promptly following up with Season 2, which begins on May 1 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET.

New features, rewards, and changes are planned for the upcoming season. We have the full rundown from GameSpot below.

Bound Hero Battle Revival: Tibarn & Caineghis is up and running in Fire Emblem Heroes. Tibarn and Caineghis. from Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, have returned in Special Maps. Orbs can be obtained if you take on Hard through Infernal modes.

We’ll also mention that there’s a Grand Hero Battle Revival featuring Garon: King of Nohr. It’ll be available for two days only, lasting until April 30.

Dragalia Lost is kicking off its Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties (Part One) summon showcase next week, Nintendo and Cygames have announced. The event goes live on April 29 at 11 PM PT / April 30 at 2 AM ET.

Adventurers 5-star Chrom and 5-star Peony will be featured this week. Sharena and Tiki will be available in Part Two.

Here’s a trailer for Fire Emblem: Kindred Ties (Part One):