Nintendo announced Fire Emblem Three Houses would launch on the Switch in what felt like an age ago, but a new release window is in sight. The latest entry in the tactical role-playing series follows a completely new story and includes a bunch of new content.
Not much more is known about the game, but the story seems to be related to the goddess who watches over Fódlan and the crests she left behind around the world, which are seemingly necessary to maintain order. In addition to building a party of companions a new troop formation is coming whereby individual units can be supported directly on the battlefield.
Over a year after it's reveal, Fire Emblem Three Houses will make its way to the Switch in 2019. The previous "Fire Emblem" game, "Fire Emblem Warriors", was a hack-and-slash RPG developed by Omega Force and Team Ninja; it was released for the Switch and New Nintendo 3DS handheld system in 2017. For more details on the tactical role-playing game, make sure to search for Twinfinite!
Correction: We incorrectly reported that Fire Emblem was due in 2018. A player protagonist meets three central characters, named Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude.
Some of the unique gameplay features in "Fire Emblem: Three Houses" are placed in the battling mechanics. From the start, the trailer's graphics look impressive.