Nintendo Outlines Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE DLC

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
Nintendo has revealed the list of DLC planned for Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, or TMS for short, for Western regions. The DLC packs will be available at launch or for those who are purchasing the Special Edition/Fortissimo Edition which comes bundled with all five.

• Costume Set: Get new costumes for Itsuki, Tsubasa, Touma and Kiria.
• Tokyo Millennium Collection: Participate in a fashion show and get extra outfits for Tsubasa, Kiria and Eleonora.
• EXPeditious Hunter: Battle through a dungeon filled with enemies that yield experience.
• Masterful Hunter: Gain materials used to level up weapons by fighting enemies in this dungeon.
• Savage Hunter: Defeat difficult enemies in this dungeon to earn rare items.

Nintendo has also stated that all three “Hunter” based DLC can be purchased for a reduced price as the Hunter Support Quest Pack. However, one piece of DLC that is inexplicably absent is the Hot Springs add-on which brought new swimsuit outfits, and they could be viewed via a TV channel allowing you to witness the characters in said outfits. Due to Nintendo’s more recent actions, it will more than likely remain Japanese only.

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is a Nintendo Wii U exclusive and will launch in North America and Europe on June 24, and in Australia on June 25 of this year.

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