Switch/3DS Exclusive Fire Emblem Warriors Gets Two New Trailers Showing Heroes from Fates

Fire Emblem Warriors for Nintendo Switch and 3DS gets two trailers at the same time, showing both sides of the war from Fire Emblem Fates.

on September 12, 2017 7:21 AM

Today Koei Tecmo released two trailers of its upcoming Musou-style Fire Emblem game Fire Emblem Warriors.

The trailers shows ten of the heroes from Fire Emblem Fates that will be included in the game: Xander, Camilla, Leo, Elise and female Corrin from the Nohr side, and Ryoma, Hinoka, Takumi, Sakura and male Corrin from the Hosido side.

We get to see a brief introduction for all of then, and then we see quite a lot of army-slaying action. Of course, Camilla remains the best waifu, and I’ll fight anyone who denies that.

You can check out the videos below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy the first trailer of the series, that showcased Chrom, Male Robin, Cordelia, Frederick, Lucina, Female Robin and Lissa from Fire Emblem Awakening. You can also take a look at some recent screenshots, another  recent trailer showcasing Elise in action, one showing a co-op attack among Ryoma and Xander, one more trailer with Cordelia in action, one showing female Robin using her magic, and a video displaying the bond system.If you’re interested in something longer, we also have some hectic gameplay from Gamescom showing quite a few members of the cast.

Fire Emblem Warriors will launch on Nintendo Switch and on the 3DS family of systems on September 28th in Japan, and on October 20th in Europe and North America.


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