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Is the Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition Worth It?

Yes the Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition could be worth the cost if you’re a hardcore fan of the franchise, but it’s not worth the investment for casual players.

At $99.99, the Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition is a steep upgrade over the base game but besides some art and a steelbook, there’s not much included in the box.

For an additional $40 over the regular Engage cost, the Divine Edition certainly seems overpriced for what you get.

Take a look at the Fire Emblem Engage top critic reviews here and decide for yourself whether this game is worth splashing out a little more for.

What’s in the Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition?

The Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition offers a few collectible goodies alongside the game. Fans will be able to get their hands on an Engage-themed A1 poster, an art book, steelbook case, and a set of art cards featuring the game’s cast.

Speaking of the cast, why not see who you can romance in Fire Emblem Engage this time around?

Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition All Contents

  • The Fire Emblem Engage Game Card
  • Exclusive A1 Poster
  • Softcover Art Book
  • Set of Art Card Featuring the Fire Emblem Engage Heroes
  • Steelbook Case

You can purchase the Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition on the Nintendo Store here.

Fire Emblem Engage Divine Edition

Does the Divine Edition Include the Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass DLC?

No, unlike many special editions, the Divine Edition of Fire Emblem Engage does not come with the game’s DLC expansion pass. This must be purchased separately from the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.

If the DLC came included as part of the Divine Edition, we certainly would have considered the special edition to be worth the extra price.

What’s even more disappointing is that the game’s expansion pass is the only way to unlock several series favorites from Three Houses. Check out the full Fire Emblem Engage Expansion Pass contents here!

And make sure you’re not missing out on any cast members by checking out how to recruit all units in Fire Emblem Engage.

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