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Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes soundtrack

After the main game previously launched on Switch, it’s now been announced that a soundtrack for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes will be released in Japan.

The soundtrack will be comprised of four discs and 118 tracks. It’s set for release on March 22, 2023 with a price point of 4,950 yen.

Here’s the full Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes soundtrack song list:

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Has just received a new update, bringing the game to version 1.0.2. The update is relatively minor, focused on fixing some bugs and occasional crashes.

Here are the full patch notes for the update:

Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes interview monsters, Expeditions, base camp

A second Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes developer interview was published in a recent issue of Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream. This follows a previous discussion that came out around the game’s release and we translated it here.

As for the latest interview, we again get to hear from development producer Hideo Suzuki, producer Yosuke Hayashi, and director Hayato Iwata. The three of them addressed a bunch of different topics, including monsters, the Expedition system, base camp, more talk about characters that were included, and more.

You can read our full translation below. 

Koei Tecmo have announced today on Twitter that Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has now shipped over 1 million units worldwide. This number includes both retail shipments and digital sales, although no regional breakdown has been provided, so we don’t know where the game has been most popular.

Below is some more information about the game:

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes review

System: Switch
Release Date: June 24, 2022
Developer: Koei Tecmo / Omega Force
Publisher: Nintendo


Warriors games have done exceptionally well at providing a strategic hack-and-slash experience, and Koei Tecmo has done a wonderful job at adapting many different properties into that format. In the case of Fire Emblem, it’s primarily been under the umbrella of strategy RPGs since its inception, but throughout the years we’ve seen it grow and become something more, turning into quite a deep experience. With so much to take into account when expanding on the Fire Emblem universe and given that Warriors games typically provide a straightforward experience, it’s incredible to see Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes essentially become a semi-sequel to Three Houses, as this is not just Fire Emblem Warriors 2, but genuinely feels like a brand-new Fire Emblem game where the battles are essentially replaced with Omega Force’s prowess in action-focused combat. Fire Emblem and Warriors titles both have a long history and have seen some fan favorites, yet marrying them together once more has created arguably one of the best games for both properties.

fire emblem warriors three hopes developer interview

In the latest issue of Nintendo Dream, the Japanese magazine published a lengthy interview with some of the developers that worked on Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. Development producer Hideo Suzuki, producer Yosuke Hayashi, and director Hayato Iwata participated in the discussion.

This was a significant discussion coming in at over 5,000 words. The group touched on a variety of topics, including how the Switch title came to be, Byleth and his role in the game, Shez, the weapon triangle, implementation of Camp and Facilities, and more.

You can catch up on our full translation below.

Fire Emblem Warriors 2

Fire Emblem Warriors 2 was an idea Nintendo and Koei Tecmo considered before settling on development of Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, it’s been revealed. 

That nugget of information comes from an interview published by Japanese magazine Nintendo Dream with development producer Hideo Suzuki, producer Yosuke Hayashi, and director Hayato Iwata. Hayashi said the team “wanted to make a sequel to Fire Emblem Warriors” and “called it Fire Emblem Warriors 2 as a placeholder name and discussed various directions we could take it in”.

Those that are now playing Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes or have been keeping up with promotional material for the game are sure to know that Byleth is a villain in the game. This is in contrast to Fire Emblem: Three Houses where the character was the protagonist.

In an interview with IGN, director Hayato Iwata commented on the decision. He had this to say about the change for Byleth in Three Hopes:

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes launches on Switch today, and Nintendo have shared a launch trailer to celebrate.

Check out an overview of the game, as well as this trailer, below:

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has just released, and as expected it has received a customary day one patch. The update is addressing a handful of bugs and issues, including some that might hinder progress under specific circumstances.

You can check out the full patch notes for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes version 1.0.1 below:


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