Fire Emblem Heroes To Expand Current Features While Teasing Special New Heroes

Fire Emblem Heroes is set to get its major update next year, which include expanding the current gameplay features. Incidentally, four selected heroes will be getting special spring costumes later this month.

Tactical Changes Coming To Fire Emblem Heroes

According to Siliconera, Heroes is getting some new changes next month that will enhance the overall gaming experience. In line with this, the game's official Japanese Twitter account shared some of the details that fans should look forward to.

To begin with, players will now be able to rearrange their heroes before beginning battle. This lets fans have a tactical edge as they can position their units where they see fit until a hero makes a move. Similarly, this coming feature is like that of in the mainline franchise where players could pick and place their characters where they want them to be.

On the other hand, there will also be a change to how heroes will gain experience. Those units within the 1 to 4-star rarities will now earn even more EXP from fighting lower-leveled enemies. Moreover, orbs and stamina potions will also be receiving some balance changes.

'Special Costume Heroes' Arriving This Month

On the other hand, Nintendo Mobile also shared a new teaser for a "Special Costumes Heroes" that will be arriving at the end of the month. The four lucky heroes, Lucina, Chrom, Xander and Camilla, will be getting special Easter-themed costumes. Similarly, there will also be a new Spring festival paralogue story that will seemingly focus on the four heroes.

For now, fans will just have to wait until Mar. 30 to discover just who these mysterious units are. With all of this in mind, it seems like Nintendo is trying to revitalize Fire Emblem Heroes to sustain its current fans while attracting new ones. Those who want to play the mobile strategy game can download it for free on the iOS App Store or Google Play.

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