May 30, 2017 09:59 AM EDT
After the successful launch of the latest "Fire Emblem Echoes" recently, the game developers are confirming that there will be a next game title soon. It will be launched on Nintendo Switch, and it will be completely different from the rest.
What Fans Should Expect For Next "Fire Emblem" Game
"Fire Emblem" game developers Hitoshi Yamagami and Kenta Nakanishi recently explained their thoughts on what they think of the series, and they also gave a little hint of what is to come. Yamagami explained that the game series has a long history of video games on home console. They did not expect it to be a series to be portable at first, but they reached their peak during their work on the Nintendo 3DS. They are hoping that they will have other opportunities to make games on the home console this time around, Siliconera reported.
Nakanishi stated that their development team is currently working on a "Fire Emblem" game for the Nintendo Switch. For this new title, which will be for the new home console, they want to breathe life into characters like never before. They also want to show the fans that this upcoming game title will be a completely different game.
"Fire Emblem Heroes" Gets Brides
In other "Fire Emblem" related news, "Heroes" has introduced four new heroes from the "Fire Emblem Echoes" video game. They are now available alongside with a new Bridal Blessings Paralogue Story that includes these characters as well. The new characters that can be acquired are Caeda, Charlotte, Cordelia, and Lyn, Gematsu reported.
These new paralogue stories will reward players with a lot of free orbs for them to use to summon other heroes as well. These characters will be available until June 13 only. This is not the first time that the mobile game has introduced these characters in different forms like during the Easter Day event where some characters had different costumes.
Check out the "Fire Emblem Heroes" Special Heroes video below:
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