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.
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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.
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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.
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