It’s no secret that Fire Emblem: Engage is a challenging game, even compared to its predecessors. Even if the game gives you a ton of opportunities to grow your units, playing at higher difficulties and in Naga-forbidden Classic mode is enough to make some players frustrated. Perhaps even frustrated enough to “cheat.” But is this possible in Fire Emblem: Engage?
Can you use cheats in Fire Emblem Engage?
If you’re playing a physical or digital copy of Fire Emblem: Engage in a non-hacked Nintendo Switch, then no. You can’t use cheats. There are a couple of “cheats” that you can take advantage of in the game (like changing dates and reloading saves to spawn unli skirmishes), but none of them are particularly game-breaking enough to be considered a legitimate “cheat.”
Only ROM versions of the game played on an emulator or hacked Switch can be encoded with cheats. Below are a couple of examples:
- Damage modifiers
- Unkillable Alear
- Max Engage meter at all times
- Additional money gain
- Additional EXP gamin
- Infinite items
- Bonus stats
Then again, this is not our recommended way of enjoying Fire Emblem: Engage. The game’s main story, at the very least, is perfectly grindable. It’s really only the skirmishes that match your army’s collective level.
For more help with Fire Emblem: Engage, take a look at List of Easter Eggs in Fire Emblem Engage and Best Classes for each Character in Fire Emblem Engage here at Pro Game Guides.