Fire Emblem Fates: new DLC features characters from Awakening

New DLC for Fire Emblem Fates offers new diverse maps and brings back some familiar faces from Fire Emblem: Awakening.

As of today, July 23, Nintendo has begun to release additional maps for the currently on-sale in Japan Nintendo 3DS game Fire Emblem Fates.

The new content will consist of a total of 7 new and unique maps. Some will enable you to obtain campaign funds or experience points easily, which will be of great help in capturing enemies. There are also maps where you can use and capture characters with predetermined abilities, as well as maps related to the original story featuring “before and after” events.

The first map in the series to be released as of July 23 is free: “Awakenings and Chance Meetings,” which features the appearance of characters from the previous game Fire Emblem: Awakening.

Further details on each individual map will be released on the official website under the supplementary contents page.

Release Schedule

July 23, 2015

  • “Awakenings and Chance Meetings”
    • Price: Free
    • Degree of Difficulty: *
  • “Paradise Struggle/Contest”
    • Price: 300 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: **
  • “Sacred Mountain of Fear”
    • Price: 300 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: *

Kamui: "Yeah. I get the feeling that if we train here
we will definitely become stronger."

July 30, 2015

  • “Duel at the Museum”
    • Price: 300 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: *
  • “The Relic Treasure”
    • Price: 300 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: **

August 6, 2015

  • “The Strongest Royal Forces”
    • Price: 300 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: ****

Old man: "Within your army, there is a person with great strength and skill.
 I want to borrow this person's abilities."

August 20, 2015

  • “The Invisible Historical Fact: Beginning / Conclusion”
    • Price: 500 yen (tax included)
    • Degree of Difficulty: ***

       Hydra: "Is everything ready? Owain, Inigo, Severa."

The western release of Fire Emblem Fates is still not until 2016. Hopefully, this DLC will also make it over to the west.  

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Games Fire Emblem Fates Genres RPGStrategy Platforms 3DS
Published Jul. 24th 2015

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