Fire Emblem: Engage DLC Japanese Voice Actors Revealed

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems revealed a handful of Japanese voice actors playing Fire Emblem: Engage DLC characters. The characters were announced as part of Waves 2 and 3 of the Fire Emblem: Engage expansion pass. Many characters from previous Fire Emblem titles will have their Japanese voice roles reprised by the same actors. Wave 2 went live on February 8, 2023, with Wave 3 coming later.

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Wave 2 of the Fire Emblem: Engage DLC consists of Emblem Hector, Soren, and Camilla.

Hector, protagonist of Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade (a.k.a. the first Fire Emblem game released in English), is the Emblem of Strength. He’s played by Kosuke Toriumi in Japanese. Toriumi also plays Robin Hood in Fate/Extra and Fate/Grand Order, Kaeya in Genshin Impact, and Yuri Lowell in Tales of Vesperia.

Soren was an officer with the Greil Mercenaries, a close friend to Ike, and a key character in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn. As part of the Fire Emblem: Engage DLC he appears as the Emblem of Acumen. Soren is voiced by Ayumu Murase, who played Kage in Ranking of Kings, Ginrou in Dr. Stone, and recently made headlines as the voice of Cure Wing, the first male Pretty Cure main cast member.

Camilla, who first appeared in Fire Emblem Fates, is a Nohrian Princess who loves to protect and dote upon her younger siblings, Corrin in particular. She joins Fire Emblem: Engage as the Emblem of Revelation. She’s voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro, who plays Katalina in Granblue Fantasy, Millia Maxwell in Tales of Xillia, and notably, is the voice of female Robin and female Morgan in Fire Emblem Awakening. 

Wave 3 of the Fire Emblem: Engage DLC will add two playable Emblems: A double Emblem of Chrom and Male Robin, and Veronica.

Chrom and Male Robin appear in Engage as the Emblem of Bonds. They appear together to represent their close connection in Fire Emblem: Awakening. Male Robin is voiced in Japanese by Yoshimasa Hosoya, who plays Belial in Granblue Fantasy, Nicholas D. Wolfwood in Trigun Stampede, Reiner in Attack on Titan, and Shigure in Fire Emblem Fates. Chrom is voiced by Tomokazu Sugita, who voiced Goetia in Fate/Grand Order, Gintoki in Gintama, and Kyon in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya.

Veronica appears in Fire Emblem Engage as the Emblem of Heroes. True to her ability in Fire Emblem Heroes, she can summon other characters in-game. She’s voiced by Rina Hidaka, who also voiced Silica in Sword Art Online, Kobachi in Kaguya-sama: Love is War, Milim in That Time I Reincarnated as a Slime.

Wave 2 of the Fire Emblem: Engage DLC is available now, along with the base game, on Nintendo Switch. Wave 3 and Wave 4 do not yet have release windows.


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