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Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage pre-order

Fire Emblem Engage, the next mainline entry in the Fire Emblem series, is starting to go up for pre-order. We’ll be using this guide to keep you updated about reservations as well as bonuses if and when they are announced.

This time around, a major mechanic allows players to team up with heroes from past Fire Emblem games including Marth and Celica. They can be summoned with the power of Emblem Rings, and their power will be added to yours. With the Engaging mechanic, appearances are merged plus you can inherit weapons, skills, and more from the legendary characters. Of course, the turn-based, tactical battle system Fire Emblem is known for is back.

Fire Emblem Engage Marth

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are back with another character introduction for Fire Emblem Engage, this time highlighting Marth.

The game is bringing back heroes from past entries in the series, and Marth is among them. These characters can be summoned with Emblem Rings, and their power can be added to yours.

Fire Emblem Engage Framme and Cramme

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have shared details on two more characters for Fire Emblem Engage, this time introducing Framme and Cramme (tentative name). This follows the details provided for Alear and Vander.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Serenes Forest:

Fire Emblem Engage Alear and Vander

Fire Emblem Engage was announced this week, and Nintendo is starting to follow up with additional information by covering Alear and Vander.

Dragon Child is the starting class for Alear. They’re descended from a clan of dragons that has existed since ancient times and they can use Divine Dragon Sword Arts.

Nintendo has shared a batch of screenshots for Fire Emblem Engage. Just a short while ago, the game was unveiled for Switch.

Here’s some information about the game:

Fire Emblem Engage

The next major Fire Emblem release was unveiled during today’s Nintendo Direct, with Fire Emblem Engage coming to Switch. It will launch on January 20, 2023.

A Divine Edition will also be released at retail with special items. You can get a look at it below.

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