The Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter has provided hints of the next set of character reveals for this month: a female rider and a male archer.
Even among the three main games (Shadow Dragon, Awakening and Fates), we have a large number of potential choices.
Due to their immense popularity, Takumi and Camilla–both from Fates–seem to be the general consensus on who the two characters will be.
This would also make sense assuming the developers intend to bunch up characters from the same game during reveals, as they did with female Robin and Cordelia recently.
We have some more Twitter shenanigans, this time for Fire Emblem Heroes. Similar to previous occasions, users are encouraged to retweet for a chance to earn Orbs.
As the event’s name suggests, there are two tweets to retweet. If the combined amount of retweets (shared among all territories) is over 10,000 all users will receive 5 Orbs in the near future.
At the time of writing, this amount has already been achieved multiple times over (with American users putting in most of the hard work), so you can look forward to seeing an extra 5 Orbs in-game very soon.
However, if you haven’t done so already, it wouldn’t hurt to retweet anyway to get the word out.
The Fire Emblem Warriors Japanese Twitter account is currently holding a poll to decide one of four conversation scenes to reveal ahead of the game’s release.
The choices in descending order are: Marth x Chrom, Rowan x Liana, Ryoma x Chrom and Corrin x Xander. The poll runs until 5th July 2017 at 18:00 (Japanese time).
As a bonus, if the poll gets retweeted 2000 or 3000 times, the 2nd and 3rd choices will be revealed as well. Of course, the conversations shown will probably be in Japanese, but we’re sure someone helpful will come along to translate for us.
Hot off the heels of Fire Emblem Warriors‘s re-appearance in Famitsu this week (which our resident expert Jedi covered in detail), Koei Tecmo has unleashed the game’s official Japanese website.
At this current time, there’s not much new information, but you can sample some of the voice work from the game if you click on the characters. Plus the 3DS map sprites of Shion and Lian are a very neat touch.
In addition, an official Twitter account, @FireEmblemMusou, has been created so you can get your Warriors news straight from the horse’s mouth. Or in this case, the Warriors version of Anna, Fire Emblem‘s cheeky red-haired mascot.