Nintendo released the latest Fire Emblem Engage patch on February 8, 2023, fixing a Relay Trials bug, adding paid DLC support, and including new, free Recreation Spots. The update brings the game up to 1.2.0.
First, the Fire Emblem Engage Relay Trial issue prevented people from completing Random ones. If they searched, no public ones would come up even when available. The update remedies that.
As for the paid DLC support, after downloading the patch Fire Emblem Engage players can access it. Camilla, Hector, and Soren are the new Emblem Rings. There are also animal ear and spirit accessories. The bonus this time gives people five Novice Books, three Adept Books, one Expert Book, one Silver Sword, one Silver Lance, one Silver Axe, 20 Silver Ingots, 5,000 Bond Fragments, and 30,000 Gold.
Finally, people can go to Recreation Spots on the Somniel after the Fire Emblem Engage update. The patch notes mentioned the orchard, pool, and stable as the three spots where Alear can spend time with allies.
Here are the official notes:
Compatible with Wave 2 of the Expansion Pass.
From chapter 8 forward, you’ll be able to use the “Recreation” feature at the pool, orchard, and stable on the Somniel.
Fixed an issue in Relay Trials where “No data to take over.” would be displayed even if you selected “Random” from the “Take Over” section.
Issues have been fixed to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.
Fire Emblem Engage is available for the Nintendo Switch, as is patch 1.2.0.
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