Fire Emblem Engage Introduces Noble Royal Siblings Alfred & Celine + Legendary Hero Marth

The official Japanese Fire Emblem Twitter account has been introducing new characters for the recently announced Fire Emblem Engage, alongside sharing new gameplay clips. Recently, Marth, and two new characters, Alfred and Celine, have been revealed.

NOTE: Some names and terms might differ in the official English localization.

Marth doesn’t really need much of an introduction. He’s a legendary, charismatic hero and a prince of Altea from the continent of Archanea. Notable characters from past Fire Emblem games can be summoned to aid the new heroes of this entry. 

Alfred is the carefree first prince of the Kingdom of Firene. He is a not-so-subtle seeker of happiness who has an affinity for flowers. Still, he’s also a hard worker who battles with the Divine Dragon. Alfred begins as a member of the Noble class, riding atop a horse and wielding a lance.

Celine is Alfred’s younger sister, making her the first princess of the Kingdom of Firene. She is described as a kind-hearted and innocent philanthropist who prefers preventing conflict through negotiation, though she isn’t against fighting to protect the peace. Celine is a member of the Noble class and is a sword user while also boasting magical proficiency.

Each of the aforementioned characters has received two gameplay clips; one of combat and another of conversation. You can view these six unveiled gameplay clips below:




If you missed it, check out our announcement coverage of Fire Emblem Engage, featuring a trailer, collector’s edition details, and screenshots.

Fire Emblem Engage is releasing for Nintendo Switch on January 20, 2023.

If you missed it, check out our review of Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes. The title recently sold over 1 million units worldwide

Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes is a musou-style adventure set in the same universe as Fire Emblem Three Houses. Characters from Three Houses will also appear in this adventure, including the iconic Byleth. During gameplay, players can choose a character and take on the one-versus-one-thousand gameplay that Musou-style games are known for.  

Fire Emblem: Three Hopes is now available for Nintendo Switch.

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