New update for all Fire Emblem Heroes fans out there. The latest update gives players new missions and heroes to enjoy. Take a look at the details of the new nifty items here.
New Characters, Missions
Nintendo is the gift that keeps on giving! The game giant promised to provide new content as much as they can. Just as promised, Fire Emblem Heroes got another update. In a new patch, several new characters and missions can now be enjoyed in the role-playing title.
The new characters are Ephraim and Eirika from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. They are there with Julia and Seliph from Fire Emblem: Geneaology of the Holy War. Fire Emblem Heroes lets users collect their favorite characters from the series. They can take them to different types of tasks as users play the game.
It easier to level up the new characters because they are all rated five stars. Make sure to free up some space because the update weighs 10 MB.
Players should check out the new Paralogue missions as well. The Normal, Hard, and Lunatic difficulties are just some of the new Paralogue missions to check out. It is best to try them out now because it will be available for a limited time.
Meanwhile, completing the mission will automatically give players three orbs. Getting three or more of these orbs will make getting new characters faster. No need to try the game’s re-roll tactic in order to get orbs.
Extended Launch Bonus
In other news, Nintendo says that it is extending the launch bonus until March 14. The bonus gives players two orbs every time they log into the game.
Meanwhile, the Worldwide Launch Celebration event will continue indefinitely. The event lowers the stamina cost for training tower missions and eliminates the cost of using equipped skills. Furthermore, training tower rewards will be added on February 20. Characters will be able to get experience points for defeating lower level characters.
The game reached $5 million, giving Nintendo more money in the coming weeks and months. As seen on Pokemon GO, revenue boomed following a holiday event. It means regular updates and content drops are important to keep players engaged in the game.
Fire Emblem Heroes is now available on iOS and Android. Stay tuned to Video Games Republic to catch the latest on video games, tech, and more.