Be careful, Fire Emblem Engage spoilers have already leaked


If you have been hoping to choose up Fire Emblem Engage on the finish of the week, watch out, because it appears like some spoilers have already cropped up.


Fire Emblem Engage is due out this Friday, January 20, and it appears like some followers already have their arms on copies of the sport (thanks, GamesRadar). The normal Fire Emblem subreddit has a submit warning others that spoilers are on the market, saying “The game has started to leak, be careful out there.” The consumer sharing the warning famous the subreddit already appears to have some spoilers, “but most people have been good with using tags. Just wanted to leave a warning so it’s known.”


So far it looks like some gameplay clips have been shared on-line, notably of the early hours, however some have already managed to point out off the center chapters (a formidable feat, nearly, contemplating how lengthy Fire Emblem video games might be). There are some unannounced characters that have been shared too, which usually would not matter an excessive amount of, however this specific title does characteristic characters from earlier entries within the sequence, so in case you’re hoping to be shocked by your favorite, there’s one more reason to watch out.


Of course there are additionally some screenshots of dialogue and story beats, in all probability the spoilers individuals would most need to keep away from, so all in if potential it is perhaps good to take a break from scrolling for a number of days.


Despite these leaks, there may be a lot to stay up for with the sport. VG247’s Fire Emblem Engage preview was beneficial on the sport, saying “The first few hours showcase a game that has the ability to be far more broad than its already packed-to-bursting predecessor.” Three Houses followers may additionally be excited to study that there is a season cross accessible at launch, with the primary wave arriving the identical day, including within the three common home leaders.

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