Fire Emblem Warriors details ‘DLC Pack #1 – Fire Emblem Fates,’ version 1.3.0 update

First paid add-on due out on December 21 in Japan.

Koei Tecmo has updated the official Japanese website for Fire Emblem Warriors with information and screenshots on the game’s upcoming “DLC Pack #1 – Fire Emblem Fates,” which is due out on December 21 in Japan, and in December in North America and Europe.

Get the details below.

■ DLC Pack #1 (Launches December 21)

◆ Additional Playable Characters


  • Voiced by: Lynn
  • Weapon: Lance
  • Class: Songstress

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Azura can restore the Musou and Awakening Gauges of nearby ally characters by singing a song.

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  • Voiced by: Nozomi Sasaki
  • Weapon: Spear
  • Class: Spear Fighter

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With Oboro’s “Counter” character skill, she can guard against an enemy’s heavy attack to generate a shock wave, as well as display the enemy’s stun gauge.

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  • Voiced by: Takehito Koyasu
  • Weapon: Bow
  • Class: Thief

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With Niles’ “Annihilation” character skill, the damage dealt by a critical hit increases dramatically if you are lucky.

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◆ Additional History Maps

Grieving Beast

Azura’s mysterious song engulfs Corrin, who lost his mind and runs wild.

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The Country Where the Gods Sit

Corrin’s party meets a girl with a face similar to the Demon King in a country while searching for siblings.

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Ice Village

In order to conquer the village of the Ice Tribe, Corrin joins forces with a strange duo.

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◆ Additional Costumes

Corrin (Female) – “Hoshido Noble”

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Corrin (Male) – “Dark Blood”

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Takumi – “Butler”

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Camilla – “Maid”

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Azura – “Dark Songstress”

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◆ Clothes Destruction Support

Armor Break state model changes will be supported for the following Fire Emblem Fates characters: Corrin (Male), Corrin (Female), Azura, Xander, Camilla, Leon, Elise, Niles, Ryoma, Hinoka, Takumi, Sakura, and Oboro.

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◆ Dedicated Weapons

  • Azur – “Blessed Lance”
  • Oboro – “Oboro’s Spear”
  • Niles – “Niles’ Bow”

◆ Additional Weapon Traits

  • “Mantle” – A weapon trait that further strengthens the attack power of character-exclusive wapons.
  • “Swordbreaker,” “Axebreaker,” “Lancebreaker,” “Bowbreaker,” “Tomebreaker,” “Dragonstonebreaker,” and “Talonbreaker” – Weapon traits that increase the amount of damage dealt against enemies that possess a specific weapon.

◆ Additional Items

  • “Bond Amulet” – By equipping this instead of a staff or vulnerary, you can develop your bonds more easily.

◆ Additional Bonding Conversations

Bonding conversations with the new playable characters have been added.

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■ Version 1.3.0 Update (Launches December 21)

  • Additional Weapon Rank – Adds the “Hero” weapon rank, which is higher than the “Brave” weapon rank:
    • Hero’s Sword
    • Hero’s Axe
    • Hero’s Lance
    • Hero’s Bow
    • Hero’s Tome
    • Hero’s Dragonstone
  • Character Level Limit Increase – Increases the character level limit to 110.
  • Additional Weapon Trait: Attacktaker – Increases the damage dealt for every 100 enemies you defeat. (This can be obtained via a random drop.)
  • Additional Blessings – The following blessings have been added to the Temple:
    • Defense Blessing
    • Resistance Blessing
    • Absorbtion Blessing
    • Suppression Blessing
  • Other
    • Adds support for the paid downloadable content pack, “DLC Pack #1 – Fire Emblem Fates
    • Adds the ability to instruct fort commanders to restore HP from the strategy screen
    • Lowers the amount of enemies killed required to achieve an “S Rank” in History Mode in the New 3DS version
    • Bug fixes

Fire Emblem Warriors is available now for Switch and New 3DS.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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