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How to Claim amiibo Rewards: Fire Emblem Engage

Get those costumes.

by Jesse Vitelli

Fire Emblem Engage allows players to use amiibo to unlock special in-game rewards. When you’re not battling in strategic, tactical battles, you can engage with the other parts of the game, like spending time with your fellow comrades. Here is how to claim the amiibo rewards in Fire Emblem Engage.

How to Claim amiibo Rewards: Fire Emblem Engage

If you’re using amiibo in Fire Emblem Engage, you’ll need to wait to claim the rewards until Chapter 5. This is when you’ll unlock Somniel, the game’s hub world, and the amiibo Gazebo. Here you can scan five amiibo per real day.

If you use Fire Emblem amiibo, you’ll unlock a fashion and music ticket that can be redeemed for a number of cosmetic outfits for Alear.

If you use non-Fire Emblem amiibo, you’ll unlock basic items like food and potions that can be used on the battlefield.

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Once you’ve arrived at the amiibo Gazebo, just click the scan button and simply tap your amiibo in the correct spot on your controller. It will then offer you the rewards such as

  • Byleth Style
  • Corrin Style
  • Lucina Style
  • Micaiah Style
  • Ike Style
  • Roy Style
  • Lyn Style
  • Leif Style
  • Sigurd Style
  • Celica Style
  • Marth Style

If you haven’t arrived at chapter five yet, just keep pushing through; it doesn’t take too long to get there. The story moves at a pretty brisk pace in the beginning as it continues to introduce new systems to the player.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to claim amiibo rewards in Fire Emblem Engage. We have plenty of useful tips, tricks, and guides on Fire Emblem Engage for you to check out on Prima Games. Here is how to claim the Order of Heroes item set in Fire Emblem Engage.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.