Fire Emblem: Three Houses Japanese boxart, sound selection samples
Posted on March 8, 2019 by Devin(@Sonicb00m111) in News, Switch
Update: Full-translated details on the Japanese limited edition provided by Gematsu below. Better renders of boxart provided as well.
Original: Nintendo has put out some new materials for Fire Emblem: Three Houses on their Japanese site, including a look/listen at the game’s current boxart, Japanese limited edition, and some sound selection samples.
Those interested can view the boxart above, while some images of the Japanese limited edition and its contents can be seen below. This includes the game, a steelbook case, a sound selection CD, and an art book.
Snippets of this sound selection can also be listened to as part of the collected details below.
The box art was illustrated by character designer Chinatsu Kurahana. It features the Garreg Mach Monastery in the background, the sword-wielding male and female protagonists, and the three house leaders crossing weapons. This design is used for both the standard edition and “Fodlan Collection” limited edition.
A 128-page art book of numerous image illustrations and development creation materials. It features various concept art and character data, including all of the students enrolled in the three houses.
A 33-track soundtrack CD featuring background music from the game.
—“Theme Song (Tentative Title)” by Takeru Kanazaki
—“Fodlan no Gyoufuu” by Takeru Kanazaki
Switch Card Case SteelBook
A steel case that carries a single Switch game card. The artwork was illustrated by concept artist Kazuma Koda.
The packaging that houses everything also features an illustration by concept artist Kazuma Koda.