Marth Returns In Fire Emblem Engage, Releasing January 2023



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Nintendo revealed a brand new Fire Emblem game during this morning’s Nintendo Direct — and you won’t have to wait long to play it. Beloved characters like Marth and Celica return alongside a new cast in Fire Emblem Engage, a turn-based tactical RPG coming to Nintendo Switch on January 20, 2023. 

An ornate white tunic and cape adorn the red and blue-haired protagonist. You control this character, known as the Divine Dragon, fighting alongside iconic warriors from past games to help seal away the ancient Fell Dragon that has reawakened and is threatening the Continent of Elyos. 

Fire Emblem Engage: Divine Edition, a physical collector’s copy of the game, features unique box art, a logo-less steelbook, art cards, a sizable art book, and a copy of the game. 

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