E3 2018: Fire Emblem Three Houses Delayed To 2019

Fire Emblem Three Houses has just been announced for the Nintendo Switch and its releasing on spring next year. The player can maneuver the main character freely and interact with other characters to build relationships and gather information at various points within the game.

Nintendo had originally announced a Fire Emblem game would be out in 2018, but it seems the release date has been delayed as Fire Emblem: Three Kingdoms will be out sometime in Spring 2019.

This turn-based tactical RPG will put new strategic twists on battling, with formations of troops supporting individual units on the battlefield. Players will get to know three main characters – Edelgard, Dimitri and Claude – who play key roles in the story.

The Fire Emblem: Three Houses game takes place on Fódlan, where the Church of Seiros exercises great power over the land and its people. This turn-based tactical RPG will put new strategic twists on battling, with formations of troops supporting individual units on the battlefield.

Check the E3 official game trailer down below:

“Fire Emblem’s long-awaited arrival on Nintendo Switch is edging closer. During its E3 press conference, the house of Mario finally unveiled Three Houses, a game built from the ground up for its portable-console hybrid. As you might expect, the experience is a graphical upgrade over Fire Emblem Awakening, Fates (Birthright and Conquest) and Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, which all came out on the Nintendo 3DS. A brief trailer showed a top-down overview for moving troops, followed by some cinematic close-ups for deadly attacks and special abilities. There was also a bevy of anime cut scenes hinting at the larger story that will weave each mission together. The game has been delayed, though, from later this year to spring 2019.”

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