A new Fire Emblem is on the way, featuring the ability to summon heroes of old

Fire Emblem Engage Revealed For Nintendo Switch, Releases In January

During today's Nintendo Direct, a brand-new entry in the Fire Emblem franchise was revealed: Fire Emblem Engage, which is set to launch January 20, 2023.
The game is set in a new region called Elyos, with a story that follows a war against the Fell Dragon, an evil beast that was thwarted by the joint efforts of four kingdoms. Players will assume the role of the Divine Dragon, who must reunite the land in order to repel the Fell Dragon's return.

Fire Emblem Engage retains the turn-based strategy elements of previous Fire Emblem games, with "rich strategies and robust customization" available during each battle. Throughout the adventure players will collect Emblem Rings, which are items needed to summon heroes from Fire Emblem's past. Marth and Sigurd are two examples of heroes that can be summoned in the trailer.
Fire Emblem Engage is a brand-new entry in the Fire Emblem franchise, following 2019's Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game launches exclusively on Nintendo Switch on January 20.
This story originally appeared on: Gamespot - Author:Jason Fanelli
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