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Fire Emblem Engage Special Vocal Edition Soundtrack Releasing in March

Fire Emblem Engage screenshot

Following Fire Emblem Engage‘s release last month, Nintendo has revealed that they will be releasing a soundtrack album. The package includes both the title’s opening and ending theme, performed by Ryo, and special content in the form of 26 clear illustration sheets featuring Engage‘s cast.

The collection will also include a Blu-ray disc with a special edit of the title’s opening and ending cutscenes.

The Fire Emblem Engage Special Vocal Edition soundtrack is set to release on March 15th and will cost ¥2,500 JPY (around $19.00 USD/ £16.00 GBP). At this time, no release outside of Japan has been announced, and the collection will only feature the Japanese version of the opening and ending themes.

For those interested, it looks like this one might have to be an import.

Even if the Vocal Edition Soundtrack isn’t releasing outside of Japan [Editor’s Note: Yet…], Fire Emblem Engage certainly did. Of course, RPGFan reviewed it, so check out our review by Brian Mackenzie, the site’s resident Fire Emblem expert.

Source: Siliconera

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Tom Cox

Tom Cox

Tom is a News and Social Media Editor at RPGFan, with a love for Pokémon and One Piece. When he's not playing RPGs, he can also be found running, reading manga and watching anime.

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