The game has a new feature called “Storming the Castle”, where the areas around the castle turn into battlefields and players fight to take control of the castle. Players can also invade an enemy’s base and use siege weapons against troops. When players pass through an enemy gate, they can claim victory by defeating the commander. All enemy officers will come together in one last resistance, giving players the chance to defeat and capture them.
Secret plans can also affect the course of the battle. They are selected during the combat preparation phase and are activated as missions during combat. Each plan has its own victory and failure conditions, and successful completion of a plan provides rewards for allies. Each different type of army unit will also have its strengths and weaknesses, much like a triangle system used in previous Fire Emblem games. The PlayStation 5 version of the game will be a digital version only, and players who purchase the physical PlayStation 4 disc will receive a free upgrade.
In other Omega Force news, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is getting an expansion called Guardian of Remembrance on October 29.
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