There are plenty of amiibo rewards to be had in Fire Emblem Engage.

Fire Emblem Engage Amiibo Support Explained

There are plenty of amiibo rewards to be had in Fire Emblem Engage.

Fire Emblem Engage offers amiibo support that’s sure to tickle any Fire Emblem fan. By scanning compatible amiibo, you can unlock both costumes and music tracks to add to the game. There are some limitations to this, though, so let’s go into how amiibo support works in Fire Emblem Engage.

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What is Fire Emblem Engage’s Amiibo Support?

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Once you unlock the gazebo in the Somniel’s orchard, you’ll be able to take advantage of your real-life amiibo collection in Engage. The gazebo can be unlocked from Chapter 6.

When you scan any compatible Fire Emblem franchise amiibo, you’ll be granted a Fashion Ticket or Music Ticket. These can be redeemed at the Boutique, unlocked earlier in Chapter 5, for one of 12 different costumes familiar to fans of the series.

The amiibo you scan has no bearing on the costume or music you unlock, as you can use the Fashion Tickets and Music Tickets to select your rewards individually at the Boutique. Additionally, you can only scan five amiibos per day.

You can also scan other amiibos to receive random consumable items.

Fire Emblem Engage Amiibo Costume List

You can unlock the following character’s outfit as costumes, one per Fashion Ticket:

  • Byleth
  • Celica
  • Corrin
  • Eirika
  • Ike
  • Leif
  • Lucina
  • Lyn
  • Marth
  • Micaiah
  • Roy
  • Sigurd

Note that you can only unlock the costumes of characters you’ve already met in Fire Emblem Engage.

Fire Emblem Engage Amiibo Music Track List

You can choose one of the following music tracks from the series using a Music Ticket:

  • Beneath a New Light
  • Destiny
  • Echoes of Daybreak
  • End of All
  • End of the Holy War
  • Fodlan Winds
  • Let’s Go, Leif!
  • The Devoted
  • Trouble!
  • Wind Across the Plains
  • With Mila’s Divine Protection

There are plenty of amiibo rewards to nab up in Fire Emblem Engage. The hard part is actually getting your hands on the amiibos as per usual. Take a look at our other Fire Emblem Engage guides for more help with the newest entry to the long-running strategy RPG series.

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