Fire Emblem Warriors: Tokyo Game Show 2017 trailer (English), more footage, DLC

On Thursday, during the first of the four planned stage presentations for Fire Emblem Warriors at the Tokyo Game Show, Yosuke Hayashi (Producer) announced that Koei-Tecmo would share new details about Fire Emblem Warriors every day until the game’s release (in Japan), on September 28th. And as promised, something was revealed during the fourth and final stage presentation… DLC!

It was announced that Fire Emblem Warriors would get three DLC packs, featuring new playable characters and other additional content. The packs are based on the following games:

  • Fire Emblem Fates
  • Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
  • Fire Emblem Awakening

Said packs will also be available in a Season Pass, that offers a discount over buying everything separately… and includes a special costume for Lucina! Also, a quick note about the DLC chararacters: they will also get Bond Conversations just like the “regular” characters.

Check out this post for more details about the DLC!

During this final stage presentation, there was yet another gameplay demonstration, though nothing really new was shown this time around. Still, we recorded that segment nonetheless, for those who can’t get enough of the game already!

Here’s the gameplay footage:

Also, yesterday, Nintendo uploaded the English version of the Tokyo Game Show 2017 trailer, featuring… you guessed it, English voice over!

Here it is:

What’s next for the daily reveal? We don’t really know! We’re most likely going to get the character trailers for this week’s new characters On Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday (Celica, Caeda, and Tiki), with the launch trailer on Thursday!

Fire Emblem Warriors @ Tokyo Games Show 2017

Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch, New 3DS) comes out on September 28th in Japan, and October 20th in Europe and North America.


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