Nintendo has been dropping tidbits of information over the past two days for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE and the upcoming mobile version of Fire Emblem.
For starters, the mobile Fire Emblem will be free to download and play, and will feature “a ‘free-to-play’ strategy, allowing no-cost downloads and in-app purchases.”
Nintendo also posted a tweet, advertising the DLC that will be available immediately upon release. The packs include:
• Costume Set
Get new costumes for Itsuki, Tsubasa, Touma and Kiria.
• Tokyo Millennium Collection
Participate in a fashion show and get extra outfits for Tsubasa, Kiria and Eleonora.
• EXPeditious Hunter
Battle through a dungeon filled with enemies that yield experience.
• Masterful Hunter
Gain materials used to level up weapons by fighting enemies in this dungeon.
• Savage Hunter
Defeat difficult enemies in this dungeon to earn rare items.
EXPeditious Hunter, Masterful Hunter and Savage Hunter DLC can also be purchased together for a reduced price** in the Hunter Support Quest Pack. Also, it may be safe to assume that these are the five DLC card codes that are included in the Fortissimo Edition of TMS #FE.
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A heads up for UK fans: The Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Fortissimo Edition is now available for pre-order at the Nintendo UK official store.
We already covered the contents in our earlier news post, but to sumarise, besides the game, you get an artbook, selections CD, song lyric cards, stickers and DLC codes.
The Fates special edition roughly sold out in an hour, so it’ll be interesting to know how quickly this one sells out (assuming it does).
Update: Yup, they’re all gone!
Or if you prefer the standard edition, you can pre-order that too, via this page. Note that shipping is only available to UK addresses.
At the time of writing, it’s not clear when pre-orders will open for other European countries; if you have any information, please let us know!
With almost two months until Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE launches in the West, Nintendo has been slowly ramping up the hype.
To begin with, the official Youtube channel recently added a “First Beats” trailer, briefly showcasing some early footage from the game.
If that wasn’t enough, TMS#FE was also playable at PAX East 2016. For those of you who couldn’t attend, GameXplain is here to the rescue with a 20 minute gameplay video.
Naturally, there’s a lot to digest and diligent fans such as nocturnal YL have been comparing some of the differences between the Japanese and English versions on our forums.
One thing you may notice is that the game script is very reminiscent of Atlus’s best efforts–and there’s good reason for that because Atlus is spearheading the localisation, rather than Nintendo.
That’s right folks. Confirmations from Nintendo’s international Twitter accounts state that the Special “Fortissimo” Edition of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE will be available for both North American regions and European regions on June 24, 2016.
North American Release image