Fire Emblem Engage 2.0.0 Patch Adds Update Bonus, Fire Emblem Heroes DLC

Fire Emblem Engage 2.0.0 Patch Adds Update Bonus, Fire Emblem Heroes DLC

Nintendo just released the 2.0.0 Fire Emblem Engage patch, and its notes indicate two free bonuses for players. One is a typical update bonus with enhancement items. The other makes it possible for everyone to get the Fire Emblem Engage Fire Emblem Heroes. Order of Heroes Item Set DLC. Support is also added for the new Fell Xenologue campaign.

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With Update Bonus 2, you get nine different kinds of crystals once you load up a save file. Here’s the full list of items. These can be used to augment Engage weapons.

  • 20 Avo Crystals
  • 20 Crit Crystals
  • 20 Ddg Crystals
  • 20 Def Crystals
  • 20 Dex Crystals
  • 20 Hit Crystals
  • 20 Mt Crystals
  • 20 Res Crystals
  • 20 Spd Crystals

People can also claim the Fire Emblem Heroes Order of Heroes DLC from the Fire Emblem Engage page in the eShop. Previously, you had to play the mobile game to claim the three weapons. Once downloaded, you get Alfonse’s Folkvangr sword, Anna’s Noatun ace, and Sharena’s Fensalir Polearm, the Alfonse S ring, Anna S ring, and Sharena S ring.

Here are the full 2.0.0 Fire Emblem Engage patch notes from Nintendo Support.

  • Compatible with Wave 4 of the Expansion Pass.

  • Update Bonus has been added. You can receive items when entering the Somniel from Chapter 5 or later.

  • Collaboration content with the smartphone app “Fire Emblem Heroes” can now be downloaded for free from the Nintendo eShop.

    • You can receive items when entering the Somniel after downloading the data from the eShop.
    • Note that players who have already downloaded the bonuses from linking with “Fire Emblem Heroes” cannot download the content again.
  • Issues have been fixed to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.

Fire Emblem Engage is available for the Nintendo Switch, as is the 2.0.0 update.

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