Fire Emblem: Three Houses – Overview trailer, digital pre-orders now live, DLC announced

Today, Nintendo shared the usual overview trailer (that all first-party games get) for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, and this one is quite lengthy… nearly 10 minutes! It showcases the main features and elements of the game, though it’s only available in Japanese at the moment (the English version should come at a later date).

Here’s the overview trailer for Fire Emblem: Three Houses:

Also, Nintendo have shared not one, but 4 different commercials for the game:

But that’s not all! Starting today, the game is available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop worldwide (Europe should follow in a few hours). There’s two purchase options available:

  • stand-alone: just the game. If you want to use a Nintendo Switch Game Voucher, this is the option to choose, as the bundle is not eligible;
  • game + Expansion Pass. A bundle with both the game and the Expansion Pass. Does not offer any sort of discount, it’s just a convenient way to purchase both at the same time. Right now, the Expansion Pass is not available for purchase separately, but will be once the game has launched (on July 26th).

Make sure to check out this page for all there is to know about the Expansion Pass and the DLC for Fire Emblem: Three Houses!

If you buy the Expansion Pass, you will get special outfit for Byleth (the protagonist):

In Japan, players who buy the physical version at launch will get a Fire Emblem 0 card:

Also, the official website was updated, and more precisely the Classes section. Unfortunately, nothing really new that was not covered in the previous report!

Finally, here’s a video showing Edelgard passing a Certification Exam and becoming a Pegasus Knight:

Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch) comes out on July 26th worldwide.

Source: Nintendo


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