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Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage icons Switch Online

Original (1/19): Just in time for the launch of Fire Emblem Engage, new user icons have been added to the Nintendo Switch Online app.

It’s looking like this title will have the most amount of icon waves for any game thus far on the service. Fire Emblem Engage will be a featured title until March 2. New rounds will be going live each Thursday, and we’ll keep this post updated each time.

Fire Emblem Engage button pin set My Nintendo

The latest physical reward has just been added to My Nintendo in North America, with members having the opportunity to claim a button pin set for Fire Emblem Engage. This ties in with the game’s launch last week.

You’ll be getting 16 pins in total featuring heroes from past Fire Emblem series. The lineup includes Emblem Marth, Emblem Celica, Emblem Sigurd, Emblem Leif, Emblem Roy, Emblem Lyn, Emblem Eirika, Emblem Ike, Emblem Micaiah, Emblem Lucina, Emblem Corrin, and Emblem Byleth. Additionally, new characters Veyle, Alear (both male and female versions), and Sommie are featured.

Fire Emblem Engage sales

Original (1/22): This week’s UK software sales are in, and it includes the first report on Fire Emblem Engage.

The new Switch title did manage to debut at #1. However, launch sales are 31 percent lower than Fire Emblem: Three Houses. While that may seem disappointing, Fire Emblem Engage earned the second biggest launch for the series in the UK. Fire Emblem Awakening is third in case you’re curious.

Lets Talk Fire Emblem Engage impressions

Fire Emblem Engage is a pretty big deal. It’s Nintendo’s first big Switch release of 2023, and the second major entry in the series on Switch.

How many of you have picked up Fire Emblem Engage? If you’ve started the game, what are your early impressions? Let us know in the comments below.

Fire Emblem Engage released today on Switch, and Nintendo have dropped a launch trailer to commemorate the occasion.

Catch up on the game with the overview below:

Fire Emblem Engage manga

It turns out that Fire Emblem Engage isn’t just stopping with the actual game, as it’s now been revealed that a manga adaptation is coming soon. Kazurou Kyou, who is known for series like Dead-end-Host, Himedoll!!, and Houkago Idol, is the mangaka.

Saikyo Jump will have the prologue chapter on February 3, 2023, which will be followed by the first chapter on March 3, 2023. Readers can then look forward to new parts to the story each month. Weekly Shonen Jump+ will publish the first three chapters for free, but after that, each one will only be available for free for three weeks after their initial release.

Fire Emblem Engage DLC

Kenta Nakanishi, the director for Fire Emblem Engage at Nintendo, has discussed the game’s Expansion Pass in a new interview. Additionally, he confirmed that an update is planned which will add more facilities to the Somniel.

Nakanishi’s comments came about in the third portion of Nintendo’s official interview, published today. Here’s what he shared:

Fire Emblem Engage update 1.1.0

Fire Emblem Engage will start launching in just a couple of hours starting in some regions, and Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have prepared a version 1.1.0 day one update.

You’ll want to download this one if you have any interest in the online features or Expansion Pass. Both will be properly supported after the update is installed.

The full patch notes for the Fire Emblem Engage version 1.1.0 update are as follows:

Fire Emblem Engage art

Nintendo has published the second portion of its Fire Emblem Engage developer interview, this time focusing on the game’s art. As part of this, we get to hear about how Mika Pikazo was brought on as the game’s illustrator.

The interview features director Tsutomu Tei and producer Masahiro Higuchi plus Nintendo’s Genki Yokota and Kenta Nakanishi. Read what they had to say below.

Fire Emblem Engage Edelgard Dimitri Claude

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are highlighting the Expansion Pass for Fire Emblem Engage one again today, and has introduced Edelgard / Dimitri / Claude. This comes courtesy of the Japanese Twitter account and SatsumaFS.

This trio, known as the Three-Pronged Emblem, is a bracelet with three people inside. You can read more about how they play in battle below.

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