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Fire Emblem Heroes goes Android and is free-to-play

/ 07:37 PM January 25, 2017
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Fire Emblem Heroes seems like a watered down Fire Emblem title. For those looking for more, a new Fire Emblem title is also making its way to the Switch. Image: Nintendo

Nintendo has recently named the second title that they will be bringing over to the mobile platform. And it comes from one of their most well-loved IPs.

Fire Emblem Heroes will be the representative of the Fire Emblem series on the mobile gaming platform. However, unlike the premium Super Mario Run, ‘Heroes’ will be free-to-play, reports Forbes.

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It follows the same basic concept of previous Fire Emblem games while adapting some elements to better fit the mobile gaming platform.

One such adaptation is the use of mobile-friendly maps that are only as big as the screen itself. It also adapts a portrait mode only and utilizes swipes to control the turn-based combat. Thanks to its vertical orientation and what appears to be a hero gacha system, it may remind some of another popular hero-collecting game, Granblue Fantasy.

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Similar to other hero-based free-to-play mobile games, in-game transactions will be available and will be the main revenue model. Alfred Bayle

TOPICS: Fire Emblem, Fire Emblem Heroes, free-to-play, mobile gaming, Nintendo, Super Mario Run
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