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Fire Emblem Heroes

An update has rolled out for Fire Emblem Heroes, bringing the version up to 4.4.1. While patch notes are minor, you can take a look at them below:

  • Patch notes:
  • Issues have been addressed.
  • List of changes:
  • Fixes an issue where incorrect scores were displayed during the Counter phase in “Mjölnir’s Strike”

The first game in the Fire Emblem series, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light, was released 30 years ago in Japan on April 20, 1990. In appreciation of player support, a 30th Anniversary Celebration is being held, with myriad events and content certain to appeal to players. You can take a look at a roundup of all of today’s announcements below:

The new 4.4.0 update for Fire Emblem Heroes, which was detailed in the recent Feh Channel broadcast, is now live. It can be downloaded on iOS and Android.

Here are the main highlights:

A new Bound Hero Battle is coming to Fire Emblem Heroes and Jeorge and Gordin will be available to battle on certain maps. Hard and Inferno modes will give out orbs to those who have already completed the regular difficulties. 

Additionally, certain heroes after Ver. 4.4.0 of the game is released will only appear as 4 star and 3 star summons, rather than 5 stars. These changes affect heroes that were added between Ver. 3.0.0 of the game and 3.1.1.0.

Fire Emblem Heroes is hosting a Voting Jubilee in honor of Fire Emblem’s 30th anniversary. This event will consist of five voting categories, each of which will allow players to cast their vote for the Fire Emblem character they think best suits the description. These categories will cycle every 48 hours. 

The first category has been revealed and is live now –  it is “The Hero You Want as a Teacher.” Players can cast their vote on this website and it will reward 100 platinum points to their My Nintendo accounts for the participation. There are also exclusive wallpapers that can be unlocked with voting in the event. 

The Voting Jubilee event is live now and will be active until April 15, 7:59pm PT. The results will be announced on April 23, 12am PT.

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have put out a trailer for Fire Emblem Heroes’ latest summoning event, which is known as Journey Begins. We have it below.

Journey Begins will feature Midori, Rinkah, Forrest, and Lilith. A new story chapter is also planned.

Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 4 has returned in Fire Emblem Heroes. 5-star Heroes who showed up before the start of Book II appear as focus Heroes, and the focus lineup changes each week.

You’ll be able to partake in Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 4 until April 12.

The next summoning focus for Fire Emblem Heroes is out and it is emphasizing heroes with Guidance Skills. These are heroes that lead allies that are two spaces apart from them to a tile adjacent with their special ability. The focused five star heroes appear to be Hinooka, Olivia, and Tana.

The first summon in this event will cost no orbs. 

After coming out with a new Feh Channel presentation for Fire Emblem Heroes earlier this week, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have already readied a new broadcast. We have it below.

Here are the latest events in Fire Emblem Heroes:

  • Tap Battle: Illusory Dungeon – Summer of Heroes is back in Fire Emblem Heroes! You can get accessories and rewards even if you cleared it the last time it was available! Note: If you receive an accessory that you already have, you will obtain 300 Hero Feathers instead.
  • New map, Double Trouble, is now available in Tactics Drills: Skill Studies! Check it out in Story Maps to test your skills!