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Nintendo adds new characters to Fire Emblem Heroes and Animal Crossing

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Fire Emblem Heroes has been updated to version 2.1.0 with a new heroes from the Nintendo Wii title, Radiant Dawn. The new heroes will be available through future summoning events. They include Micaiah, Sothe and Zelgiu. You can see the new heroes and their abilities in the video below.

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp finally gets a release date

Animal Crossing Tweet

On Sunday Nintendo of America tweeted and official release date for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The game was originally expected to be released in March, but it was delayed until later in the year. Nintendo instead released Fire Emblem Heroes in February, making Animal Crossing its third iOS title, not counting Miitomo.

Nintendo announces 'Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp' for iOS and Android

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp

Nintendo on Tuesday announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is coming to iOS and Android in "late November." In the game, players can manage their own camp by crafting furniture and other amenities. The game will include areas for players to fish, collect fruit and catch bugs, and side missions for players to make new friends and earn rewards by helping other animals.

Super Mario Run getting first major update with a new world

Daisy Super Mario Run

When Super Mario Run was released at the premium price of $9.99 for the full version, iOS fans were concerned that Nintendo would not add any new content. While there have been a few minor updates that have added different color Yoshis and other minor details, there hasn't been a major update that has added new levels or worlds since the game's initial release.

This is about the change as Nintendo announced this week it its planning a major update on September 29th. The update will bring a new level, world, unlockable character and more. Here's what we know so far:

Apple is allegedly developing Legend of Zelda for the iPhone

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Even after having great success with its two mobile launches of Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem: Heroes, Nintendo announced in January that it had decided to scale back its original plans to release five games to the App Store in 2017. Instead of the five planned titles, Nintendo plans to release Animal Crossing in the second half of this year, and possibly one more title before the end of the year. Nintendo's final release of 2017 could be The Legend of Zelda, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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