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Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Nintendo has posted a lengthy, 10-minute trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses in Japanese. We have it below, along with a series of commercials.

Nintendo has announced that Fire Emblem: Three Houses is now available to pre-load on the Switch eShop. That also goes for the Expansion Pass bundle.

Four waves of DLC are planned. Players will receive the Officers Academy outfits for Byleth at launch by purchasing the Expansion Pass.

Here’s a look at the outfits:


Continuing on with the character introductions for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, today we have the bio for Gilbert.

Here’s his overview:

Nintendo has kicked off a new video series for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Each week, the company will highlight one of the houses and their house leader. The first video with Edelgard and the Black Eagles!Edelgard and the Black Eagles can be found below.

Intelligent Systems announced a collaboration between Fire Emblem Heroes and Fire Emblem: Three Houses today. If you buy a copy of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, you get a version of the game’s (male) main character Byleth to use in Fire Emblem Heroes. To do so, the Nintendo Account you purchase Fire Emblem: Three Houses with must be the same one linked to your Fire Emblem Heroes game. You must then earn Gold Points with your copy of Three Houses (if you buy the game digitally, this is done automatically; if you own a physical version, this can be done via the game’s options menu on the Switch home screen). Following July 26, this version of Byleth (called Byleth: Tested Professor) will then be distributed in Heroes.

This promotion will run for a full year, until June 29, 2020. Also, this version of Byleth won’t be exclusive to this promotion as he will also appear in a Summoning Focus in late July.

Today’s Fire Emblem: Three Houses character introduction is Tomas. He’s the academy’s librarian, a position he’s held for over 40 years. As such, he is pretty knowledgeable. He’s also a devoted follower of the church of Seiros. He’s voiced by Shinya Fukumatsu.

Here’s a brief clip of him talking to Byleth:


The latest character for Fire Emblem: Three Houses has been introduced. There’s some uncertainty about his name (especially what he’ll be called in the English version), but one possibility is Yeritza. We’ll update this post if Nintendo confirms a different name for the west.

In any case, here’s Yeritza’s bio:

The latest Fire Emblem: Three Houses character introduction is all about a character who is neither a student nor a faculty member at the academy. Flayn is the younger sister of Seteth, the assistant of the archbishop. She lives at the monastery and likes interacting with all the students; however, her rampant curiosity makes her brother worry about her a lot. She is voiced by Yuko Ono.

Here’s a brief clip of her talking to Byleth:

Additionally, a new piece of online functionality has been revealed. The game’s official Japanese website has been updated with a segment on various way to spend your free time at the academy; there’s not really any new information, except for this new online functionality: if you’re connected to the internet while playing the game and are an active subscriber to Nintendo Switch Online, you’ll ocasionally see “transfer students” in the academy’s courtyard. These are characters from players all over the world; if you talk to them, they will allow you to buy and sell items, among other things.

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Continuing on with the character introductions for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Nintendo has today introduced Setes.

Here’s his full bio:

Download cards for Nintendo Switch games are essentially physical versions of digital games – they’re vouchers you can buy in stores containing download codes for games. They’re especially popular in Japan and they’re usually available several weeks before the game actually launches, and they often reveal new information about the game via the packaging. This is exactly what’s happened for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the download cards for which are now showing up in Japanese stores.

First of all, the download card confirms the game’s file size – it will require 11.9 GB of free space. An active Nintendo Switch Online subscription will also be required for some of the game’s online aspects. We don’t have any concrete details on that, but as far as we know from various previews, the game’s only online aspect is telling you what other players chose to do on a specific day in the in-game calendar. Although no new amiibo have been announced so far, past amiibo can be used in some form in the game. Finally, the download card confirms that downloadable content will be available for the game in the future in the form of new missions, paralogues and outfits.

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