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Now that Pokemon Scarlet and Purple are out, the next big Switch exclusive will be Fire Emblem Engage at the start of 2023. Announced in September, it finally resurfaced last week with a trailer solely dedicated to its screenplay, based on enticing cinematic sequences. If you were waiting to see more about his gameplayso you will enjoy the trailer of the day which has just been put online, which is full of game sequences in various settings.

Trailer in Japanese

Well, the basics of the series are obviously respected with turn-based confrontations on squared terrain using our units (the triangle of weapons will be back), with animations depicting these battles in line with what proposed Three Houses. The main novelty of this episode will be the very nature of the Emblems giving its name to the license, since the owners of a ring will therefore be able to call on a character from another world and synchronize withboosting their stats, allowing to use their skills and sporting a form Engaged specific with its own techniques and weapon. Yes, you saw as well as we did, Byleth will be one of the lucky ones, alongside marth, Corrin, celica, Lyn or Sigurd. Their use will also provide extended movement and all of our generals will be able to use them, offering a huge choice of combinations.

Fire Emblem Engage will be released as a reminder on January 20, 2023 on Switch and you can pre-order it on Amazon at a price of €69.91.

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