As you can probably guess, no similar deal was announced for North America yet. Nintendo America put out their press release for Gamescom earlier today, and it didn't include any talk of Limited Editions for Fire Emblem Warriors. Let's hope they're just holding onto the news for later.
That's a really rough spot for the game, being just a week away from Super Mario Odyssey. I guess Nintendo feels like the game is different enough to stand on its own? We'll certainly find out when the game launches!
[Hero Battle] The Grand Hero Battle feat. Valter: the Dark Moonstone (from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones) is now available. As usual, you can get a ★3 version of that character by clearing the map on Hard, a ★4 version on Expert, and a ★4 version + some Hero Feathers when cleared on Infernal (character added to this page!) (available until August 29th)
Fire Emblem Warriors isn't too far off from release, and it seems Nintendo plans on turning up the focus on this title. The above tweet confirms that some more character reveals are coming this week. We'll be keeping tabs on the Twitter account to see who joins the roster.
[Quests] Starting today, and for the next few days, sets of Daily Quests for the Training Tower are available (available until September 8th)
[Summoning Focus] A new Summoning Focus is now live: “Heroes with Blade Skills”. It features the following characters: Tharja, Odin, and Nino. More details have been added to this page! (available until September 4th)
[Quests] Starting today, the “Tempest Trials” Daily Quests give twice the usual amount of rewards (available until August 25th)