By now you’ll have heard the news that Fire Emblem Heroes is coming to both android and iOS devices, so let’s talk about something you won’t have heard.
Despite our huge Fire Emblem Heroes write-up, there was something we didn’t write about and that’s Heroes country availability, (our excuse for though is the fact we didn’t know about this list at the time.) Going by the list that is presented, unlike Super Mario Run, which is available in 150 countries, Heroes is only available in 39.
No matter what way you look at it, that is a drastic difference and sure Heroes was never going to be another Super Mario Run, but regardless of the fact it will be available on two mobile platforms, Fire Emblem is not the most popular series in the world, but it could have been had it have had the chance. But just in case you’re reading this and you’re worried you might be in a country that won’t be getting the app, here’s the list of every country that will be getting the app:
There is some good news though and that is, even though these are the countries that will see Fire Emblem Heroes on its February the 2nd release day, it has been admitted additional countries may be added, like with Pokémon GO. Also since this is an app that is coming to a selective audience, if you do live in one of the many available countries, even if you weren’t going to download the app, why not? You don’t have to like Fire Emblem to give it a try, you can always delete it if don’t like it, but at least consider downloading it, since there will be many who can’t.
But if you requiring convincing, then maybe Fire Emblem Heroes’ trailer can do just that which you can see right here:
And should you wish to know more about the mobile adventure, feel free to check out the official site, or read our extensive article on Heroes:
Source: Fire Emblem Heroes
This post was written by Solid Jack