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Fire Emblem Engage gets manga adaptation

Just released, got Fire Emblem Engage already donated a manga adaptation. The Japanese Saikyo Jump will feature a prologue chapter on February 3rd, before the first chapter will follow in the March 3rd edition. New chapters will then appear monthly.


The manga is by mangaka Kazurou Kyou. Kyou is known for series like Dead-end-host, Himedoll!! or Houkago Idol. Even if Fire Emblem Engage contains a male and female version of main character Alear, the manga will focus on the male version. There is no information about the content of the manga yet. But it is to be expected that he will be guided by the story of the game.

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The first three chapters will also appear online for free on Weekly Scanian Jump+. All subsequent chapters will also appear online for free, but only for three weeks after their actual release. It is not yet clear if and when the manga will also be released regularly outside of Japan.

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More about the game Fire Emblem Engage you can find out either in our test report or in our podcast Esports Extras, Polygone & Chat. There we discuss the latest part of the strategy series for a good hour.

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Alexander has been with Nintendo-Online since 2009 and occasionally lends a hand with PS-NOW. He grew up with Game Boy and has been an avid console gamer ever since.

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