Fire Emblem: Three Houses Gets Brand New English Story Trailer, Confirms Summer Release Date

Fire Emblem: Three Houses Gets Brand New English Story Trailer, Confirms Summer Release Date

Fire Emblem: Three Houses gets a brand new trailer showcasing the story and English voicework, as well as confirming the release date.

During Nintendo’s E3 Direct, a new English story trailer debuted today for Fire Emblem: Three Houses. We get to see the major players of the game as they lament the world’s troubles and their resolve to help fix it, as well as some conflict and battles befitting a Fire Emblem title. The trailer also confirms the July 26th release date, which is good news considering it means that no more delays should be announced for the game:

Fire Emblem: Three Houses previously revealed tons of info on its world history, battle system, job classes, academics, calendar system, and more. You can check out the brand new characters also revealed through Nintendo’s official Twitter account. Most recently we’ve had some new breakdowns on the antagonists and the differences between the three houses.

Plenty of other details have been previously revealed about Fire Emblem: Three Houses including a general character breakdown, a second character breakdown featuring the students, an expansion on the class skills and abilities, and various character introduction videos (from the same Japanese Fire Emblem account).

Initially set for a Spring 2019 release, the title was pushed back to July 26th of this year. You can preorder the standard game here and the limited edition set here.


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