Fire Emblem Engage merchandise

New Fire Emblem Engage Merchandise Features Each Country’s Crest

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems announced that a new line of Fire Emblem Engage merchandise and goods is available now to pre-order. The new line of merchandise features goods with the emblems of the different kingdoms and countries that appear in the story, alongside a Croquis notebook featuring both versions of protagonist Alear. The bag charms will be available in late June 2023, while the rest of the merchandise will appear in late May 2023.

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The variety of items available in this new line of Fire Emblem Engage merchandise includes acrylic symbols (770 JPY or ~$5 USD), bag charms (2,200 JPY or ~$16 USD), and embroidery stickers (880 JPY or ~$6 USD). All three of these these items can be found in six variants, each belonging to the six countries from Fire Emblem Engage. These are the Holy Land of Lythos, the Kingdoms of Brodia, Firene, and Elusia, the Queendom of Solm, and the land of Gradlon.

In addition to these, there is also a metal tumbler available (2,750 JPY or ~$20 USD), sporting the crest of the Holy Land of Lythos and a Croquis branded notebook (990 JPY or ~$7 USD) depicting both versions of Fire Emblem Engage protagonist Alear.

You can take a better look at the new Fire Emblem Engage merchandise below, or in the Movic online store.

As a reminder, Wave 4 of the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass is coming out on April 4, 2023, and it includes a brand new storyline.

Pre-orders for the new line of Fire Emblem Engage merchandise are now open from the Movic online store. The bag charms will appear in late June 2023, while the rest of the goods will be available in late May 2023. Fire Emblem Engage is available for the Nintendo Switch.

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