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Nintendo dropped a handful of Fire Emblem Engage gameplay clips

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Fire Emblem Engage was announced roughly a week ago, and it’s coming out in January. Naturally, a lot of what the game has to offer is a mystery, but we do know that it features a new polarizing protagonist design, and will allow players to summon classic characters from the series.

It really feels like a lot of the gaps are filled in already. We know the full release date (January 20, 2023) and that it’ll be roughly 15GB in size.

We also have a bit more to go off of than the initial trailer reveal thanks to some Fire Emblem Engage gameplay strewn about the Japanese Fire Emblem Twitter account.

All sorts of things can be discerned from this footage, including movement ranges (which will likely carry over to the final build, given that it’s out in a few short months), animations, map design, class nuance, sound effect quality, and Japanese vocals.

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