‘Fire Emblem Warriors’ – Update Goes Live On November 16, Details Here

A big update is coming to Fire Emblem Warriors on November 16 in North America. Details below:

Fire Emblem Warriors offers a twist on the acclaimed Fire Emblem series by uniting fan-favorite characters from Fire Emblem history to participate in over-the-top battles focused on real-time, tactical action rather than turn-based strategy. In addition to the paid DLC that starts to roll out in December, a free software update is coming to the Nintendo Switch and New Nintendo 3DS* versions of the Fire Emblem Warriors game on Nov. 16.


After downloading the free software update, the following will be added to the game:


A new history map featuring main characters Rowan and Lianna
A new costume for Rowan and Lianna
Armor Strike, a new weapon attribute associated with destroying armor and causing a Broken Armor state
New Blessings to aid you in battle
The ability for the player to sell multiple weapons at once


Nintendo is committed to bringing new content to Fire Emblem Warriors, and this software update is a fun (and free!) first step. Starting in December, the first of three paid DLC packs will launch for the game, with the second and third packs launching in February and March, respectively.


A Season Pass, which includes all three DLC packs as they become available, can be purchased for $19.99. By purchasing the Season Pass for either the Nintendo Switch or New Nintendo 3DS version, you will also receive a bridal costume for Lucina. (The bridal costume can only be received by purchasing the Season Pass.) Each DLC pack adds three new playable characters, three new history maps, additional costumes, additional support conversations and additional weapons, and can also be purchased individually for $8.99 each.


For more information about Fire Emblem Warriors, visit http://fireemblemwarriors.nintendo.com/.”

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