Maintenance is still in progress, but it’ll be done in a few hours. Fire Emblem Heroes has just announced and received a big update, numbered 3.0. There are new characters called “Mythic Heroes” (separate from “Legendary Heroes”), four additional elements/seasons (Light, Dark, Astra, and Anima), the introduction cinematic and the first two chapters of Book III, tickets, and more coming soon like beast units (starting with Tibarn). If you haven’t seen it yet, you can see the whole Feh Channel video by clicking here.
I’m excited for what is going to happen next in the story as it’s very different and darker than what they’ve done before for Fire Emblem Heroes. What do you think of it? What are you looking forward to most?
Even though it was released over a year ago, Fire Emblem Heroes continues to bring more characters, updates, and other content for new and old fans. I’m still addicted to what is my favorite mobile game of all time because I love this franchise. Nintendo Mobile recently had a small Feh Channel to mainly discuss upcoming changes in early August, which you can watch right here. Down below, I’ll be discussing some of my thoughts on recent events and how they can continue to improve the game.
Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! are upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch that are scheduled to be released on November 16th, 2018. Much of the gameplay will be different to resemble the mobile hit of 2016, Pokemon Go. The announcement trailer was shown just shortly before E3 and now they are up for pre-order. Here, I will tell you my thoughts and details on what to expect.
Fire Emblem Switch is one of the highest anticipated games of this year (or at least for me anyways), but there are still sparse details on what the next installment will entail. However, it is still confirmed to release in 2018, according to multiple articles like US Gamer.
For Fire Emblem Warriors, there was an interview with the game director from Koei Tecmo saying that while they would like to do a sequel, it is not going to happen any time soon for multiple reasons. If you would like to read about it, click on the article by Destructoid.
That is all for now for current news on the franchise, but I hope that we will get more information soon on Fire Emblem Switch. June is coming up, so expect some E3 announcements in the next couple of weeks. Nintendo will be largely focused on Super Smash Bros., which is exciting. Thanks for reading!