Downloadable Content (Japan)



Like recent games in the series, Echoes features a slew of Downloadable Content (DLC) to supplement the core game.

To access DLC, you must open the main menu while on the world map and select Communications, then Add-on Content. From here, you can choose to Play DLC or Purchase DLC.

Season Passes

If you’re intending to purchase a lot of DLC, you can save money by purchasing a season pass. Keep in mind that even if you pay upfront, you can only access the DLC as they’re released.

Release Date Season Pass Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
20th April 2017 Series 1~3 Set A collection of all the DLC from Series 1, 2 and 3 N/A 4,800 Yen
20th April 2017 Series 2~3 Set A collection of all the DLC from Series 2 and 3 (ideal for those who own the special editions) N/A 4,000 Yen
20th April 2017 Fighters’ Journey Set A collection of all three DLC from Series 1 N/A 800 Yen

Free DLC

Although most of the DLC is paid DLC, there is some free DLC in the form of rare and exclusive items.

Release Date DLC Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
20th April 2017 Gift from the Goddess 1 Boots (one time) N/A Free
??? Gift from the Goddess 2 ??? N/A Free
??? Gift from the Goddess 3 ??? N/A Free
??? Gift from the Goddess 4 ??? N/A Free
??? Gift from the Goddess 5 ??? N/A Free

Series 1: Fighters’ Journey

The first wave of DLC includes three maps that make it easier to progress through the early-game. A download code for this set of DLC is included in the special editions.

Release Date DLC Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
20th April 2017 Temple of Stars Items (unlimited), Star Shards (random) 400 Yen
20th April 2017 Villains and Treasures Silver Marks (unlimited) 300 Yen
20th April 2017 No Rest for the Dead Experience (unlimited) 300 Yen

Series 2

The second wave includes three maps geared for mid/late-game grinding.

Release Date DLC Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
??? Temple of Stars ~Inner Sanctum~ ??? ??? ???
??? Golden Dream ??? ??? ???
??? Funeral of Fury ??? ??? ???

Series 3

The third wave is the biggest yet; it features 10 maps for enhancing your characters and 4 story maps that occur before the beginning of the main story.

Release Date DLC Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
??? Altar of the Lance Knight Provides access to the Cavalier’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Shielded Giant Provides access to the Soldier’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Black Crane Provides access to the Pegasus Knight’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Shadowy Maiden Provides access to the female Mage’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Virtuous Enchantress Provides access to the Cleric’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Fearsome Warlord Provides access to the Mercenary’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the War Elephant Provides access to the Archer’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Scholarly Sage Provides access to the male Mage’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Noble Queen Provides access to Celica’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Altar of the Grand Conqueror Provides access to Alm’s Over-Class ??? ???
??? Battle of Zofia Port ??? ??? ???
??? South Fort Rescue Mission ??? ??? ???
??? Escaping the Underground Ruins ??? ??? ???
??? Defence of Zofia Castle ??? ??? ???

Series 4

The fourth and final wave (so far) is a collaboration with the Fire Emblem Cipher card game.

Release Date DLC Reward (notes) Difficulty Price
??? The Lost Girl and the Vagabond Seems to be hinting at playable Ema and Lando ??? ???
??? The Dark Saint and the Swordswoman Seems to be hinting at playable Shade and Yuzu ??? ???