How to play multiplayer co-op in Fire Emblem Engage with friends

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Fire Emblem Engage offers a challenging single-player campaign in which you lead Alear on his or her journey. But Fire Emblem Engage also offers multiplayer features, though you must unlock these. This may leave you wondering how to unlock multiplayer and play Fire Emblem Engage with your friends.

How to unlock multiplayer in Fire Emblem Engage

To unlock multiplayer in Fire Emblem Engage, you must first unlock the Tower of Trials. This is first unlocked after completing Chapter 6. Once you accomplish this, the Tower of Trials will be added to Somniel. Now that you have access to this location, you can play multiplayer matches.

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The Tower of Trials will allow you to play Relay Trials and Outrealm Trials. You will notice a third mode, Tempest Trials, but this is a single-player game mode unlocked after Chapter 11. Relay Trials will require a Relay Ticket to play it. We recommend getting a feel for the single-player before jumping online.

All Multiplayer Modes in Fire Emblem Engage, explained

  • Relay Trails
    • Team up with another player online in co-op against an AI army. Each player takes turns controlling the same army. This requires a Relay Ticket.
  • Outrealm Trials
    • Allows you to create your own maps and scenarios and upload them. You can then battle other players' armies on these maps and create your own army for other players to face.

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