Fire Emblem Expo II Event Revealed for 2020, More Info Coming Later This Month

Fire Emblem Expo II Event Revealed for 2020, More Info Coming Later This Month

The Fire Emblem Expo II event will premiere sometime in 2020. More details will be coming on November 22nd through the official site.

More great news for Fire Emblem fans: Intelligent Systems announced that they will be hosting “Fire Emblem Expo II” in 2020. Detailed information on the event will be posted on the official site here on Friday, November 22 at 18:00 JST.

Back in May of this year, the original “Fire Emblem Expo” event was organized and launched by Intelligent Systems, the development company of the Fire Emblem series. It was a one-night event that consisted of exhibitions, stage events, and live music related to the long running franchise.

Judging from the previous event, there’s sure to be some interesting announcements among all the festivities. There’s also a rumor of the next Fire Emblem remake title being revealed at the expo, but there has been no confirmation of any kind so far regarding that.

In recent news, the patch notes have been revealed for Three House update version 1.1.0, which dropped just yesterday. Among all the quality of life changes, the biggest ones are the butler and maid costumes for each of the characters, Shopkeeper Anna being recruitable for those who purchased the expansion pass, the addition of a recruitable Jeriza in Edelgard’s Red Flower route, and the free update which upgrades the game with 25 save slots.

Edelgard’s figma is now available for preorder at both the My Japanese Nintendo online store and the official Good Smile online store. The preorder period is November 7th, 2019 through December 4th, 2019 for 8,800 yen and the product will release in July of 2020.

As of the end of October, Fire Emblem: Three Houses has sold over 2.29 million copies and is on track to becoming the best selling in the franchise. There’s a new accolades trailer that tells you why it’s a must play game (besides tea parties of course). And the UK clearly agree, as it reached the top of the charts for the second straight week. In a recent interview from Famitsu, it was revealed that the majority of Fire Emblem: Three Houses‘ development team came from Koei Tecmo.

Nintendo released new trailers and a beautiful piece of official artwork to celebrate the launch. The game also has an Expansion Pass and Amiibo and online features. The game will receive a free update later on which will add Lunatic Mode. Check out our glowing review of Fire Emblem: Three Houses game here. And if it makes you interested, you can order the standard version here and the limited edition set here.


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