Fire Emblem Fates released in February and was met with a fair amount of critical praise, even shipping 300,000 copies at launch. The game is split into two different versions called Birthright and Conquest, and now a third option has released called Revelation.
Story and Content
Both versions of Fates were full fledged games that told opposite sides of a war between the countries of Hoshido and Nohr. Revelation adds an additional third campaign on top of that, and is just as expansive of an experience as either version.
Instead of choosing sides between Hoshido and Nohr, the DLC has you forsaking this choice and instead seeking to create peace between the two countries on your own. Unfortunately, this brands you as a traitor in the eyes of both of your families. The stories in both Birthright and Conquest hinted at some unknown force at play behind the scenes, and Revelation does have some big story beats that help tie the narrative together between the three versions. The DLC also features the same amount of chapters that the original versions of Fates contained.