Fire Emblem Heroes

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Fire Emblem Heroes
Logo App Fire Emblem Heroes 3.png
Developers Intelligent Systems
Nintendo EPD
Publisher Nintendo
Platforms iOS, Android
Release Japan: February 2, 2017
US: February 2, 2017
PAL Region: February 2, 2017
Genre Tactical role-playing game
Website Official Website

Fire Emblem Heroes is a free-to-play tactical role-playing game developed by Intelligent Systems and Nintendo for iOS and Android devices. The game is a mobile spin-off of the Fire Emblem series, and was released on February 2, 2017.

Development[edit | edit source]

The game was first announced by Nintendo as the third mobile game made under the DeNA partnership in April 2016, alongside an Animal Crossing mobile game, and was originally set for release that year. The game's title and gameplay details were later revealed during a Fire Emblem Direct presentation in January 2017. Immediately afterwards, Nintendo launched an online Choose Your Legends promotion, in which players could vote for various characters from the series to be included in the game. The game was released in 39 countries for Android and iOS devices on February 2, 2017. As was the case with Nintendo's previously released mobile game Super Mario Run, Fire Emblem Heroes requires players to have a persistent internet connection to play.

Key People[edit | edit source]

Main article: Credits
  • Kouhei Maeda - Director & Writer
  • Shingo Matsushita - Director
  • Masahiro Higuchi - Producer
  • Yu Sasaki - Producer
  • Hideki Konno - Producer
  • Yuji Ohashi - Programmer
  • Ryo Watanabe - Programmer
  • Mai Kusakihara - Artist
  • Yusuke Kozaki - Artist
  • Kouta Nakamura - Writer
  • Satoko Kurihara - Writer
  • Yuu Ohshima - Writer
  • Hiroki Morishita - Composer

List of Heroes that appear in Fire Emblem Heroes[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

In other languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
English (US) Fire Emblem Heroes
Japanese ???
German Fire Emblem Heroes
Spanish (Europe) ???
Spanish (Latin America) ???
French ???
Italian Fire Emblem Heroes
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) ???

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