The adventure of the Divine Dragon continues when the last package in the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass Launching DLC for Nintendo Switch on the 5thth April. The Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass – Fell Xenologue the trailer reveals a warped version of Elyos for Alear to investigate. They are led into this parallel world by a mysterious voice that asks for help in Somniel. Together with the dragon twins Nel and Nil, Alear embarks on a new journey to collect seven emblem bracelets.
After completing Chapter 6 and unlocking the ability to transform items using the Ancient Well in Somniel, the Fell Xenologue side story will be available. Once players complete the Fell Xenologue storyline, new allies will be available for the main game. New unit classes – Enchanter and Mage Cannoneer – as well as various items will also be available to those who complete the Fell Xenologue storyline.
About Fire Emblem Engage: Once every 1000 years, legendary heroes called Emblems grant incredible power to whoever holds the 12 emblem rings. As the ritual approaches, Alear – the Divine Dragon of prophecy – awakens to collect the rings and bring peace to the land. However, the Fell Dragon Sombron has also risen and is seeking the rings for his own evil gain. Only Alear and those loyal to the Divine Dragon stand between Sombron and total destruction…
Players will command the Divine Dragon army through turn-based battles across the continent of Elyos. Each battle is different, requiring its own strategy and approach based on each unit’s strengths and weaknesses. Using the weapon triangle is key to winning battles as each type of weapon has an advantage over the other. In addition, both heroes and enemy troops using special skills will gain an advantage over opponents with bows, tomes, and knives.
In addition, players can customize their experience with a variety of difficulty options and game modes suited to all skill levels. Normal, Hard and Maddening difficulties await, while those looking for a more relaxed experience can even use Auto-Battle to fight for them. Additionally, in Casual Mode fallen allies are revived after battle while they will be lost forever when using Classic Mode. If the player makes a huge mistake in combat, they can use the Draconic Time Crystal to rewind and try again, regardless of the chosen method.
Source: Nintendo UK
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