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Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s most lucrative mobile game, and to celebrate its third anniversary, Nintendo and developer Intelligent Systems have announced the “Feh Pass,” a $9.49-per-month subscription. The subscription adds several highly requested features, stat boosts to units, and additional in-game items — but it locks them behind a pricey paywall, which is a first for the otherwise extremely accessible free-to-play game.
This is emblematic of the state of Nintendo’s current mobile lineup, which, compared to the company’s typical games, is more prioritized than ever for squeezing money out of players.
The Feh Pass adds five major changes to the base game: twice-monthly distribution of “Resplendent Heroes” (which…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts