|Fire Emblem Heroes|
|Release||Japan: February 2, 2017|
US: February 2, 2017
PAL Region: February 2, 2017
|Genre||Tactical role-playing game|
|Description||A world with two kingdoms: the Emblian Empire, which wishes to rule all worlds, and the Askran Kingdom, which stands in its way.|
You are a summoner with the special ability to call upon legendary Heroes from different Fire Emblem worlds. In order to save the Kingdom of Askr from destruction, join the Order of Heroes and face a never-ending challenge.
Fire Emblem Heroes is a free-to-play tactical role-playing game developed by Intelligent Systems and Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. The game is a mobile spin-off of the Fire Emblem series, and was released on February 2, 2017.
A world with two kingdoms: the Emblian Empire, which wishes to rule all worlds, and the Askran Kingdom, which stands in its way.
You are a summoner with the special ability to call upon legendary Heroes from different Fire Emblem worlds.
In order to save the Kingdom of Askr from destruction, join the Order of Heroes and face a never-ending challenge.
Kingdom of Ice, Nifl, and Kingdom of Flame, Múspell.
These kingdoms fought against each other, but Múspell's forces, led by the Ruler of Flame, Surtr, overwhelmed Nifl and brought the fighting to a bitter end.
Escaping her destroyed homeland, Fjorm, a Princess of Nifl, met the Order of Heroes in Askr.
With help from the Order of Heroes, Fjorm clings to the hope that she can restore her homeland, but the invading forces of Múspell have arrived in Askr...
The fierce battle with Múspell has ended and the Order of Heroes has returned to Askr. Not long after the party's return, however, they were attacked by soldiers from Hel, the realm of the dead.
As Alfonse and the others struggle to repel the forces of Hel, they encounter generals of the dead plucked from history—warriors who proclaim themselves the legendary rulers Líf and Thrasir.
Meanwhile, Hel, the sovereign who rules the realm of the dead, delivers a chilling order to her daughter, the princess Eir, regarding the Order of Heroes: "Join their army. Obey them, body and soul. Give yourself to them completely. Once you earn their trust...you can slaughter them at my command."
With their struggle with the realm of the dead behind them, the Order of Heroes sets out to investigate a strange report out of a remote village. It's said that the residents of the village have fallen victim to unrelenting nightmares.
Upon their approach, Alfonse and the others quickly succumb to an unbearable drowsiness. In their half-conscious state, they are approached by Peony, a radiant light elf with the ability to conjure pleasant dreams.
With a new ally at their side, it's up to the Order of Heroes to fend off the dark elves and return to reality.
After narrowly escaping an unending nightmare brought on by the dökkálfar, the Kingdom of Askr comes under attack once more. This time, the Order of Heroes and the accompanying summoner are under siege by Reginn, princess of Niðavellir, the realm of the dvergar.
As Prince Alfonse struggles to overcome the attacking dvergr in her strong yet nimble seiðjárn armor, he senses a moment of hesitation in her assault. In that moment she pleads, "My brother, King Fáfnir, he's—Y-you have to stop him!"
And with that, the Order of Heroes joins forces with this otherworldly Princess Reginn in an attempt to end the war in Niðavellir.
Their conflict with Niðavellir behind them, the Order of Heroes sets out to investigate a mysterious darkness plaguing a village in their homeland of Askr. During their search, the Order comes across Princess Veronica, who reports a similar phenomenon happening in Embla.
With the assistance of a new ally in the form of Ash, retainer to the Divine Dragon Askr, Prince Alfonse and the others work to track down their suspected source of the encroaching dark: the dragon Embla.
Despite her good intentions and willingness to assist the Order, Veronica is compelled by Embla to bring about an end to all who stand with Askr. Now the Order must fight for a future in which the people of Askr and Embla can stand side by side.
The game was first announced by Nintendo as the third mobile game made under the DeNA partnership in April 2016, alongside an Animal Crossing mobile game, and was originally set for release that year. The game's title and gameplay details were later revealed during a Fire Emblem Direct presentation in January 2017. Immediately afterwards, Nintendo launched an online Choose Your Legends promotion, in which players could vote for various characters from the series to be included in the game. The game was released in 39 countries for Android and iOS devices on February 2, 2017. As was the case with Nintendo's previously released mobile game Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem Heroes requires players to have a persistent internet connection to play.
- Kouhei Maeda - Director & Writer
- Shingo Matsushita - Director
- Masahiro Higuchi - Producer
- Yu Sasaki - Producer
- Hideki Konno - Producer
- Yuji Ohashi - Programmer
- Ryo Watanabe - Programmer
- Mai Kusakihara - Artist
- Yusuke Kozaki - Artist
- Kouta Nakamura - Writer
- Satoko Kurihara - Writer
- Yuu Ohshima - Writer
- Hiroki Morishita - Composer
List of Heroes that appear in Fire Emblem Heroes
List of enemy units that appear in Fire Emblem Heroes
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