More Free DLC Riding into Fire Emblem: Awakening

March 13, 2013

Although Fire Emblem: Awakening offers many, many hours worth of content right out of the box, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems are constantly expanding the game with both paid and free DLC content. Although the free DLC seems – in my opinion – less polished in general than the premium DLC, it still adds new playable maps, characters, weapons and all that jazz.

Nintendo has announced today that free DLC releases for the game will continue throughout the Spring. From today players can download the free “A Hard Miracle” map, which will see Chrom and the gang rescue kidnapped villagers. Find a brief list of upcoming free DLC below. In addition, Nintendo will also continue releasing paid DLC for the game.

All of this continued support just makes Fire Emblem: Awakening even more of an irresistible strategy RPG. Check out our full review of the game here.

Fire Emblem: Awakening Free DLC Schedule:

March 28th –  “Ghost of Blade”, a haunted tale about a ghost and the ultimate sacrifice.

April 11th – “The Wellspring of Trust” a map full of challenging enemies

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April 25th – “The Radiant Hero” on which takes place on an isolated island as Chrom and his allies search for a legendary hero.

Remember, to access the free content, you’ll need internet access. From the world map, enter the menu, select “Wireless” and then “Bonus Box” to download the new content.

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