Fire Emblem Engage

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The Divine Dragon awakens

In a war against the Fell Dragon, four kingdoms worked together with heroes from other worlds to seal away this great evil. One-thousand years later, this seal has weakened and the Fell Dragon is about to reawaken. As a Divine Dragon, use rich strategies and robust customization to meet your destiny—to collect 12 Emblem Rings and bring peace back to the Continent of Elyos.

Team up with iconic heroes from past Fire Emblem games

Summon valiant heroes like Marth and Celica with the power of Emblem Rings and add their power to yours in this brand-new Fire Emblem story.

New Faces

  • Alear – Successor to the Divine Dragon, awoken from a long sleep. Summons Emblems to lead the world to peace.
  • Divine Dragon Lumera – The Divine Dragon and ruler of the holy land of Lythos. She vanquished the Fell Dragon 1,000 years ago.
  • Framme – An apprentice Steward of the Dragon and the determined, buoyant twin sister of Clanne.
  • Alfred – The staunch and loyal crown prince of Firene. He trains constantly to strengthen his constitution.
  • Diamant – The majestic crown prince of Brodia. His people trust him greatly for his strong, genuine demeanor.
  • Ivy – The mysterious, melancholy crown princess of Elusia. She never relaxes her icy royal decorum.
  • Timerra – The bubbly and outgoing crown princess of Solm. Known for being accessible and approachable by all.
  • Anna – A traveling merchant from a wintry part of Elusia. She is a cheerful and cunning cheapskate.
  • Veyle – A mysterious young girl who appears suddenly as Alear is ambushed by a Corrupted. It seems she’s on a journey to find someone.

Engage in a new style of combat

Aside from merging appearances, Engaging lets you use weapons, skills, and more from these legends during battle. The turn-based, tactical battle is back with the brand-new Engage system to add more layers to the strategy.

Welcome to Somniel

Explore the paradise of Somniel, your base of operations, located in the sky above the continent of Elyos. It hosts a variety of facilities and activities for the player to prepare for upcoming battles and strengthen bonds.

Release dateJanuary 20, 2023
No. of playersSingle System (1)
Online (1)
ESRB ratingTeen
Supported play modesTV mode, Tabletop mode, Handheld mode
Game file size16.6 GB
Supported languagesEnglish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
© Nintendo / INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS. Fire Emblem and Nintendo Switch are trademarks of Nintendo.


Fire Emblem Engage feels like a step backward in ways that this writer appreciates. Gone are the lessons, and in their place is a genuinely affecting story with plenty of whimsy and epic tactical conquests. It’s a great way to kick off the year for the Switch, and also happens to be one of the best-looking games on the platform, too.


The combination of strategy battles and social sim gameplay is more than enough to make Fire Emblem Engage a standout in the already bustling catalogue of Nintendo Switch titles. But when you consider details like the Emblem characters, the multiplayer modes and the fact that it’s just a gorgeous game to look at, it’s hard to imagine this fantastical tale won’t be included in game of the year talks later in 2023.


Despite weaker writing than I’ve come to expect from the series, Fire Emblem Engage’s gameplay is so good that the game is a blast from start to finish, and I’m already thinking of ideas for my third playthrough. If you like Fire Emblem’s gameplay at all, Fire Emblem Engage is a can’t-miss game.


A more traditional Fire Emblem experience than Three Houses, but one that’s filled with fun new features and emphasises deep and varied gameplay over dating mini-games.

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Fire Emblem Engage is a more single-minded entry in the series than we’ve seen in a while. A lot of the things people may have loved about Three Houses don’t return here, and the battles are left to carry the load. The more focused design is by choice and I respect that, but it didn’t mean the characters and story had to be as diminished as they are. It’s fortunate that the battle mechanics ratchet things up this time, with the new Emblem system and the returning weapon triangle adding compelling strategic layers. Fans of the tactical aspect at the core of Fire Emblem will find a lot to like, but it’s a shame that the overall package isn’t as strong.


As a longtime fan, I like the optimization options that Fire Emblem Engage allows for.

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