As you could review, Nintendo delivered a trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors last week which uncovered Robin, Lucina, Lissa and Frederick as the furthest down the line characters to join the game’s cast. Just the trailer was accessible, be that as it may, so we didn’t get to see any ongoing interaction of any of these new characters in real life… until now.
It turns out there was a demo for Fire Emblem Warriors at Japan Expo which was an unexpected form in comparison to the one at E3. This time around, the demo included Lucina, Robin, Lissa and Corrin as playable characters, as well as Frederick as a supervisor fight.
We previously had a thought of how each character would battle because of the trailer, yet we currently have affirmation on account of the demo film. Most importantly, there’s Robin who utilizes books to battle and some of what he wills appear to be comparative on the off chance that you’ve seen him in Super Smash Brothers. He can make lightning circles for his ordinary assaults, as well as gather fire, lightning lasers, purple circles, lightning vortexes and an enchanted circle that permits him to drift for his charge assaults. With respect to his unique assault, he utilizes the Levin Sword to pour down obliteration on a gathering of hapless foes.
Meanwhile, Lucina, who was depicted as battling as a commonplace sword client, is basically a quicker Chrom (like what she was like in Fire Emblem: Awakening). Something intriguing about her, nonetheless, is that she can utilize a goliath bow made of light during her unique attack.
Lissa, however utilizing a hatchet, is quick. Concerning her battling style, she spins her hatchet around like a stick and even purposes her staff to hit enemies with electrical discharges toward the finish of a portion of her combos. Besides, holding consistent with her group foundation, Lissa is fit for utilizing her staff to mend and a roundabout zone is displayed before you cast the spell.
Lastly, there’s Frederick who we didn’t see quite a bit of on the grounds that he just showed up as a foe. Notwithstanding that, similar as what we previously gathered, his moves are noted as being “what you’d expect from a cavalier with an axe.”
Fire Emblem Warriors is booked for a fall 2017 delivery date for the Nintendo Switch and New Nintendo 3DS.
Check out the demo below:
– This article was refreshed on March eighth, 2018