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Fire Emblem Heroes is getting a $9.49 monthly subscription


Fire Emblem Heroes is the latest Nintendo mobile game to get a premium subscription, following the introduction of similar schemes to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Mario Kart Tour.

The Feh Pass will cost $9.49 per month (UK price to be announced) and offer a range of exclusive cosmetics and useful gameplay-changing features. It launches alongside the game's next update this week, on 5th February.

Sign up and you'll get Resplendent Heroes, snazzily dressed versions of existing characters with new costumes and voices that also enjoy a +2 buff to all stats. Two will be doled out in each subscription period, on the 10th and 25th of each month.

The pass will also unlock a rewind feature, named Re-Act, which lets you turn the clock back to the beginning of your previous turn before making a move, or the beginning of your current turn if you have made a move. There's no limit to the number of times you can use Re-Act within a battle - and you can even use it from the Game Over screen. (Though it's off-limits in the Coliseum and Aether Raids.)

Finally, you'll also get Special Feh Pass quests with valuable items such as orbs and expanded summoner support to bond with up to three heroes instead of just one.

We're checking with Nintendo for UK pricing now.

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