New Trailer Covers Existing and Upcoming Fire Emblem: Awakening DLC, Dread Fighter and Bride Classes Revealed

February 25, 2013

The Fire Emblem: Awakening DLC train does not show any signs of slowing. Just in case you’ve already ready grown bored of the many dozens of hours of content included with the game out of the box, you can enhance your game with a wide variety of add-on content. This new trailer shows the Champions of Yore pack, the Golden pack, the Lost Bloodlines pack, the Rogues & Redeemers pack and the Smash Brethren pack DLC. Each of these packs comes with three maps and three new characters. The maps within the packs can be purchased for $2.50 each and the full packs can be purchased for $6 apiece.

Of special note, the Lost Bloodlines and Smash packs contain items which allow units to be promoted into all new classes. The Smash pack includes an item that you can use to promote a unit to the Bride class and the Lost Bloodlines pack includes the Dread Scroll, which can be used to promote a unit to the Dread Fighter. The Dread Fighter looks pretty cool and somewhat like a ninja while the Bride just looks like a princess. To each his own.

Release dates for all of the content shown in the trailer are not clear, but Nintendo will apparently be releasing the content on a weekly basis. The last DLC was released on February 21st, so the next release will probably be on or around February 28th. See the new trailer below. Check out our full review of Fire Emblem: Awakening here.

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