Fire Emblem Engage appears from “Somniel” home base, social items, pet collection, and more

So far, most of the Fire Emblem Engage trailers and information have focused on the core gameplay and Engage’s signature system, which allows you to harness the powers of your favorite Fire Emblem characters from the past. That’s all well and good, but some worry that the social elements from other recent games in the series have been dialed back in. Well, it turns out you don’t have to worry.

Fire Emblem Engage’s latest trailer introduces “Somniel,” your floating island headquarters. Here you can do typical Fire Emblem things like build your bond with your teammates, equip your crew, and make your way through the Trials Tower. However, there are also some more quirky activities on offer, such as lounging by the pool, working out, collecting a farm full of animals, and more. Check out Nintendo’s full overview of Somniel, below.

It looks like there will be plenty of ways to kill time between the main story missions. Not keeping up with Fire Emblem Engage? Here’s a quick official description…

In a war against the Fell Dragon, four kingdoms worked with heroes from other worlds to eradicate this great evil. After a thousand years, this seal has weakened and the fallen dragon is about to reawaken. As a divine dragon, use rich strategies and powerful customization to fulfill your destiny – to collect rings motto and restore peace to the continent of Ilios.”

Team up with iconic heroes from previous Fire Emblem games

Summon brave heroes like Marth and Celica with the power of the Emblem Rings and add their power to yours in the all-new Fire Emblem story. Aside from merging appearances, engagement allows you to inherit weapons, skills and more from these battle-tested Legends. The turn-based tactical battle system returns with a new cast of characters that you can customize and engage with to carefully craft your strategy.”

Fire Emblem Engage hits Nintendo Switch on January 20, 2023.

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