Fire Emblem If, the new entry of the Fire Emblem series launching soon on 3DS in Japan, is very close to release now but that doesn’t mean that we truly know everything there is to know about the game’s many new features, such as the castle building feature and more.
More details on this new Fire Emblem If feature are going to come later this week, as confirmed by the Official Famitsu website. The website confirmed that we will be able to learn more about the facilities that can be created for the castle in this week’s issue of the popular magazine, which will hit Japanese stands this Thursday. Also included in the magazine will be some extra details on skills, characters and more.
Yesterday it’s been confirmed that a Fire Emblem If prepaid card is going to be released later this month in Japan. The card will have a value of 2000 yen, which is the price of the DLC story paths of the game. The card will be released so to make it easier for Japanese players to purchase the other story paths and fully enjoy the story of the new Fire Emblem title.
Last week new details on the digital version of Fire Emblem If have emerged online. According to the game’s Japanese eShop listing, Fire Emblem If will require 24,666 blocks of free space to be downloaded. Of these blocks, only half are used for the initial download, with the second half being reserved for the second half of the game, which changes depending on the choices made by players.
Fire Emblem If will be released in Japan on June 26th as Fire Emblem If: White Kingdom and Fire Emblem If: Black Kingdom. The two versions of the game sport a different challenge level, different story sequences and characters, different maps and more. A third story path is also going to be released as DLC.
Fire Emblem If will also be released in North America and Europe on a yet to be confirmed release date. If you haven’t been following all the latest news on Fire Emblem If, you can learn everything there is to know about the game by going here.