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Fire Emblem Fates Map Pack 2 DLC Launching May 5th
In case you need more of a game that has three campaigns…
05.04.16 - 4:52 AM

Nintendo has revealed the roll-out plan for the second map pack DLC of Fire Emblem Fates, the latest hit entry in the series for 3DS. The first of six new maps will be available on the North American eShop on May 5th. The six maps will tell an alternate story about the children of the Hoshido and Nohr, the two quarreling families from the main game. The scenario has been dubbed Heirs of Fate and it will see these children fighting to protect their parents.

The maps will come with preset characters; you will not be importing the team you use in the main game. Beating a map rewards you with special ability scrolls. Because the maps tell one story, it is recommended that you play them all in order of release. The first map will be available for $0.49 and each map after that will be sold individually for $1.99 or you can buy them all for the bundle price of $7.99. On May 5th, players will be able to download a free gift from Anna which comes in the form of Boots and the Paragon skill.

Fire Emblem Fates Map Pack 2

Here is the release schedule for the Fire Emblem Fates Map Pack 2 DLC:

  • May 5th - I: In Endless Dreams
  • May 12th - II: Realms Collide
  • May 19th - III: The Changing Tide
  • May 26th - IV: Light's Sacrifice
  • June 2nd - V: Endless Dawn
  • June 9th - VI: Lost in the Waves



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