Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore has finally arrived, bringing this Nintendo and Atlus crossover RPG to the Switch for the first time. Originally released on the Wii U, the game sees the rising pop stars of Atlus titles calling upon the spirits of Fire Emblem characters to help them stop the evil Mirages from stealing the magical Performa energy and kidnapping people. If this all sounds like your crazy cup of tea, great! But if you’re wondering whether Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore is open world, well, let’s run you through it.
Is Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore Open World?
Cutting right to the chase, Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore isn’t open world in the traditional sense. At least in terms of the scale of what you’d expect from an open world, anyway.
Outside of the game’s dungeons, players can walk through the streets of Shibuya and other parts of Tokyo to pick up small side missions. You can visit shops and buy new items and accessories to help you on your adventure, too.
Unfortunately, outside of that, there’s not a whole lot else to do here. This is further compounded by the fact that this explorable world isn’t all that large.
As a result, after checking it out once or twice, you’ll have seen everything that Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore’s world has to offer and you won’t find yourself wanting to explore the world all that often.
That’s everything you need to know regarding whether or not Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore is open world.