Fire Emblem Engage footage shows improved animations, models, and Monk class

Framme is ready fight foes and heal allies.

Fire Emblem Engage looks to be an improvement on previous Fire Emblem titles in some significant ways. This includes character models, backgrounds, and combat animations. Fire Emblem Engage appears to be a shiny new coat of paint for Fire Emblem fans.

The Japanese Fire Emblem Twitter uploaded brief clips of a new character, Framme, and showcased some flashy new combat animations and new character models. Both have a higher quality than previous Fire Emblem animations and models, and we can't wait to see what other graphical upgrades Fire Emblem Engage receives.

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The clips showed Framme in action, both in and out of combat. Her class is that of Monk; a warrior mastered in self-defense and capable of healing her allies with a staff. This gives Framme utility for damage and support.

Fire Emblem Engage is still a ways off, releasing on Jan. 20, 2023, and we will likely receive a lot more gameplay footage and information about the title. Framme is just one of many characters available in Fire Emblem engage, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for more character showcases.

For more information on Fire Emblem Engage, check out What are Emblem Rings in Fire Emblem Engage? and Characters we want to see in Fire Emblem Engage on Pro Game Guides.

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