Three houses stand together, but when they fall apart, sides must be taken. Will the long awaited return to consoles for the Fire Emblem series be worth the wait?
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Fire Emblem arrives on Switch.
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Fire Emblem: Three Houses has brought the tactical RPG series to Nintendo Switch. Players worldwide are now making the tough decision of which house they wish to join.
Fire Emblem makes its eagerly-anticipated debut on Nintendo Switch this week. A new trailer gives a quick overview of Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ Officer’s Academy, where players will act as a tutor for Fódlan’s future leaders.
Nintendo has released the third and final house-focused trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game launches on Nintendo Switch worldwide in less than two weeks.
Nintendo has released its second house-focused trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This video features the Blue Lions from the Kingdom of Faerghus.
Nintendo has announced an Expansion Pass for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The pass will grant a costume for the main protagonist on launch, as well as access to three additional waves of post-release DLC.
Nintendo has released the first in a new series of videos focusing on the three houses in the latest Fire Emblem title. The first trailer focuses on the Black Eages, led by future empress Edelgard.
Famitsu has another detailed preview for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The update includes some extra details on the second arc, introduces more characters, and shows new classes and interaction options.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses kicked off the second day of Nintendo Treehouse broadcasts from E3. The host took a look at the Officer’s Academy section of the game, before diving into combat.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses has received some E3 media, which reveals a major note about the game’s story. Though it was basically a certainty that the peace between the three powers of Fódlan would not last.
Famitsu has published another preview for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Plenty of new characters are introduced, with new details provided regarding abilities, battalions, and how players can spend their time outside of combat.
Famitsu recently published a preview for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The preview included new information about the game’s story and class system, along with many images.
Over six months had passed since Nintendo revealed any information on the forthcoming Fire Emblem: Three Houses. It will take another five months for the game to finally hit the Switch, so a pair of staffers have fun analyzing the latest trailer.