How to See Enemy Targeting in Fire Emblem Engage

 How to See Enemy Targeting in Fire Emblem Engage

Intelligent Systems is here with its tactical roleplaying game, Fire Emblem Engage. It is the seventeenth edition of the Fire Emblem Franchise, and it has already been released for the gaming community.  It has a pretty catchy storyline in which the Fell Dragon Sombron attacked the Land of Elyos to capture it, but some warriors, with the help of some heroes from the other world, were able to beat the Fell Dragon and repulse him off the Land of Elyos, during all this Alear the Divine Dragon rises from the thousand years sleep and protects the Elyos against the forces trying to intrude on the land, and then the things that he counters during the process. 

The are numerous additions that have been made to the game, but the Emblem Ring is one of the main attractions of the game, which will add more powers to the characters on equipping and so much more. Players will encounter a lot of new quests, puzzles, and activities which will offer them some fantastic rewards. There are different modes for the players to select from. As the game has been released recently, players are confused with some stuff about the game. One such thing is how players can see enemy targeting in the game. In this guide, we will try to clear the confusion.

In Fire Emblem Engage, how can you see enemy targeting

Fire Emblem has always tried to make things interesting for their players by giving them a bunch of skills and techniques. Using these skills and, obviously, their brains, players can plan strategies and attacks against their enemies so as always to remain one step ahead of their enemies. Players can always keep track of their enemies’ moves to plan strategies accordingly. 

You can track enemies’ movements by clicking ZL, and it will reveal their radius on the map; you can track a specific enemy by clicking them with A, and they will be highlighted on the map with a specific color. You can now attack them or track their moves with the help of your team.

This concludes our Fire Emblem Engage guide here; for more gaming guides and other gaming content, refer to our website.

Abhishek Rathore

I have graduated in Civil Engineering. Like every other kid, I used to love playing video games; it started with GTA Vice City and Tekken 3 initially, then I started to explore the likes of Call of Duty, Fortnite, Apex Legends, etc. Mainly I love to play battle royale games.I now get the opportunity to write about the games, which I enjoy since I learn something new every day.

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