Fire Emblem Engage Announces Expansion Pass DLC, 4 Waves; New Character Portraits

Fire Emblem Engage Announces Expansion Pass DLC, 4 Waves; New Character Portraits

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have unveiled a new trailer for Fire Emblem Engage, revealing the paid expansion pass DLC. Additionally, emblems, accessories, characters, and more will be included.

There will be four waves of DLC, with the first comprising Emblem character Tiki, in-game support items, in-game accessories, and the Silver Card (makes purchases cheaper). This content will be available on the game’s launch, with the other three waves releasing at varying times in 2023.

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Moreover, the game’s official Japanese website was updated with new character portraits, viewable via our gallery below:

Additionally, new Emblem character portraits were unveiled, viewable via our gallery below. Thanks to Twitter users @ghaaast and @peachieteas for extracting and sharing them.

The official Japanese Twitter account shared the following portraits for Edelgard, Dimitri, Claude, and Tiki, who will be implemented during the first expansion pass:

The expansion pass will also provide a shop housing wearable accessories and costumes:

The following Japanese clips showcase more of the cosmetic customization:

You can view the new trailer below:

Further, a Japanese video showcasing the game’s hub revealed that Ring Fragments can be used to craft Rings, which boost stats. The Rings players receive are random. Duplicates are stated to be mergeable, creating stronger versions. Thanks to our Team’s Ryuji for translating this point.

This game follows the new protagonist Alear after their mother, Lumiere, seemingly perishes and imparts them with the mission of utilizing special rings to bring peace to the world.

These rings summon notable heroes from other Fire Emblem titles, including fan favorites such as Lyn, Corrin, Marth, and Byleth. And aside from granting evident gameplay benefits and alterations, they also converse with the new Engage characters, acting as vehicles for potential growth.

Check out our review of Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes.

The title recently sold over 1 million units worldwide.

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