Fire Emblem Fates DLC Pack For Fire Emblem Warriors Now Available

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Nintendo has announced that the Fire Emblem Fates DLC Pack is now available for Fire Emblem Warriors, introducing Azura, Oboro, and Niles as playable characters for the first time.

Aside from the three new characters, it adds three new History Mode maps, several new costumes, new support conversations, new weapons, and a new item, The Bond Charm, that will help strengthen the bond between two characters more quickly.

The Fire Emblem Fates DLC Pack can be purchased as part of the game’s Season Pass ($19.99), or separately for $8.99.

New Content Introduced In Fire Emblem Fates DLC Pack

Three new characters: Azura is a Songstress who combats her enemies with attacks that rely on her spear an water. With her Song ability she fills the Warrior and Awakening Gauges of allies in her vicinity.

Oboro takes on her enemies with her spear to dole out devastating attacks. With her Counter skill, Oboro can unleash a shockwave when successfully blocking an enemy’s attack.

Niles fights with a bow, and his attacks can bind his enemies in chains to deliver a powerful final blow. With his Lethality skill, damage from Niles critical hit can greatly increase.

Three new maps: There is a new History Mode map associated with each new character, namely being Grief (featuring Azura), Land of Gods (featuring Oboro), and Cold Reception (featuring Niles).

New costumes: A new set of costumes can be earned in the game. These include the Dark Songstress costume for Azura, the Maid costume for Camilla, the Hoshido Noble costume for Corrin (F), the Nohr Noble costume for Corrin (M), and the Butler costume for Takumi. Armor Break appearances will also be added for Fire Emblem Fates characters in the game.

New Support Conversations based on the new characters.

New weapons: There are new weapons for each of the new characters. A weapon attribute named Divine Favor has also been added.

New item: The Bond Charm strengthens character bonds more quickly.

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