Fire Emblem Heroes Reveals New “Feh Pass” Subscription Service

Fire Emblem Heroes Reveals New "Feh Pass" Subscription Service

Since its launch back in 2017, mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes has kept chiefly the same blend of free-to-play gameplay with optional gacha mechanics. With today being the title’s 3rd anniversary, that appears to be changing, as it has been revealed that Fire Emblem Heroes will be getting an optional monthly subscription service launching later this week.

As revealed in the latest episode of the Feh Channel, the new subscription service for Fire Emblem Heroes is aptly named ‘Feh Pass’ and comes with plenty of benefits for those willing to shell out $9.49 per month for the service. Here’s the breakdown courtesy of the folks over at Nintendo Everything:

Resplendent Heroes

– Dressed in the Resplendent Attire of Askr, Nifl, and other regions from Fire Emblem Heroes
– These Heroes have new visuals and voices as well as a boost of +2 to each of their stats
– Get two Resplendent Heroes per month
– Lyn and Cordelia are first up
– Get Lyn between February 5 and February 24
– Get Cordelia between February 24 and March 9
– Players will be able to purchase individual Resplendent Heroes not in their possession after the Hero’s distribution period has passed, but need an active subscription to Feh Pass
– Starting in March, Resplendent Hero will be distributed to Feh Pass subscribers on the 10th and 25th of every month

Special Feh Pass Quests

– Provide valuable items such as Orbs or Heroic Grails in exchange for completing tasks
– Quests will be available twice every month

Expanded Summoner Support

– Form Summoner Support bonds with up to three Heroes instead of just one

Re-Act

– Return to the start of your previous turn if your Heroes have yet to act on your current turn
– Use Re-Act as many times as you’d like over the course of a battle
– Can’t be used in Coliseum or Aether Raids

Auto-Start

– Automatically repeat a map until your stamina runs out
– Can be used in Training Tower, Tempest Trials+, and Forging Bonds
– In Tempest Trials+, Auto-Start will automatically switch teams

As mentioned, the Fire Emblem Heroes Feh pass will run for $9.49 per month and is set to go live on February 5.

So, thoughts on the new Fire Emblem Heroes subscription service? Plan on subscribing? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, don’t stay tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!

Ryan "Cinna" Carrier2161 Posts

    Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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