How To Get Bonus Items In Fire Emblem Engage
No matter what stage of the game you’re at, who doesn’t want to learn how to get bonus items in Fire Emblem Engage? There’s no need to answer, I know you like bonuses just as much as I do.
Ultimately, we want to be able to experience Fire Emblem Engage to the fullest. To get you started, Retro Dodo’s 10 best Fire Emblem Engage tips for beginners is sure to help.
But if you’re still interested in discovering even more Fire Emblem secrets, you’re going to need those bonus items I mentioned… Problem is, sometimes these extras cost money.
Luckily for you, I know a way to get some extras without spending a single penny. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I assure you this is the real deal.
If you’re curious how to get bonus items in Fire Emblem Engage, pull up a chair, get cosy, and hunt down your Nintendo password if you’ve forgotten it (come on, we all do it). Got it? Then let’s engage!How To Get Bonus Items In Fire Emblem Engage
To get the Order of Heroes item set, you need to link your Nintendo Online account in the Fire Emblem Heroes mobile game. Select “Quests & Missions”, choose the glowing arrow icon, then enter the My Nintendo Rewards portal to download the Fire Emblem Engage code.
Before you rush to download the Fire Emblem Heroes app to link your account, please bear in mind that you need to complete Preface 1 & 2 (the tutorial) before you can access rewards. Fortunately, the tutorial is over in mere minutes.
Once you’ve got the code, fire up your Switch and visit the eShop – if you often browse the store, you’ll know the “Redeem Code” option is right at the bottom of the eShop homepage. All you need to do now is enter your code, then confirm.Image credit: Fire Emblem Heroes
The download doesn’t take long either, and you don’t need to close Fire Emblem Engage to trigger it. However, you’ll want to relaunch the game after the download is complete to ensure your bonus items appear when you next visit The Somniel.
A message will appear when arrive, announcing what bonus items are now in your possession. To save you searching online, here’s a list:
- Fólkvangr (Sword)
- Fensalir (Lance)
- Nóatún (Axe)
- Alfonse S Rank (Bond Ring)
- Sharena S Rank (Bond Ring)
- Anna A Rank (Bond Ring)
In addition to these Fire Emblem Engage bonus items, you’ll also get x5 Orbs to use in Fire Emblem Heroes.
I appreciate it isn’t a massive cache of loot, but let’s face it, any extras are worth getting. If you want a more substantial reward, though, there’s always the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass. Sadly, that DLC will cost you £26.99.
Hopefully you’ve found this guide useful, and are enjoying your rewards.
If you’re in need of further Fire Emblem Engage help, you can also discover how to change Class; it isn’t an extra, but it will help you defeat your foes more easily.
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