How to get the Good Ending in Fire Emblem Engage

Get the best possible outcome in Fire Emblem Engage!

If you’re a fan of turn-based strategy, Fire Emblem Engage offers everything you could ask for. The latest entry in this popular franchise from Nintendo brings new characters, mechanics, and narrative. Like many other Fire Emblem games, you fight to stop the big bad from taking over. Only the Successor to the Divine Dragon stands a chance, so ensure you get the Good Ending in this extensive journey.

Related: Everything you need to know about romances in Fire Emblem Engage

Fire Emblem Engage’s Good Ending

Fire Emblem Engage How to get the good ending
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Earning the Good Ending in Fire Emblem Engage is, thankfully, straightforward. You must beat the final boss in Fire Emblem Engage without dying to get the Good Ending in Fire Emblem Engage. You’ll get the Bad Ending cutscene if you fail to take down the game’s final foe in Chapter 26: The Last Engage.

If you lose, don’t worry! You can load up an old save and take on the final boss once more. Keep trying until you beat the encounter; you’ll get the good ending cutscene once you finish.

Make sure to stick around until after the credits to see the Post Credits ending. You’ll get one final scene with your romantic partner, so whoever you choose to pair with Alear will make one final appearance. I went with Ivy, so I saw Best Girl one last time before wrapping up Fire Emblem Engage.

Fire Emblem Engage Ivy final scene
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Tai Hofmann
Tai Hofmann

I'm Tai, the New Games lead, Writer, and Editor for Press SPACE to Jump. My first memory is forcing my parents to play 50-round games of Mario Party on the N64. Now I love games on all platforms and hone in on new releases. Some of my favorite titles include Final Fantasy XIV, Cuphead, God of War 2018, Persona 5, and Smash Bros.

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