Fire Emblem Warriors: trailer for the New Nintendo 3DS version, History Mode footage

Yesterday, during the first of the four planned stage presentations for Fire Emblem Warriors at the Tokyo Game Show, Yosuke Hayashi (Producer) announced that Koei-Tecmo would share new details about Fire Emblem Warriors every day until the game’s release (in Japan), on September 28th. And as promised, something was revealed during the second stage presentation… a trailer for the New Nintendo 3DS version of the game!

So far, Nintendo and Koei-Tecmo have focused almost exclusively on the Nintendo Switch, and for good reason: it’s the one that looks the best, has the most enemies on the screen, and is on the latest Nintendo platform (the most popular, and the one Nintendo is pushing the most worldwide).

But there’s still a fair number of people who can’t really afford a Nintendo Switch yet (or simply cannot find one in store), and the New Nintendo 3DS version of Fire Emblem Warriors is for them. Thanks to the new trailer revealed today, we can finally have a good look at this version, which does look pretty competent.

Here’s the New Nintendo 3DS trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors:

But that’s not all: during today’s stage presentation, Yosuke Hayashi (Producer) and Hiroya Usuda (Director) also showcased the History Mode first revealed a few days ago (check out this post for more details).

Here’s the footage (in two parts):

Finally, one last thing was shown during the livestream: a Bond Conversation with Lyn and Celica:

What’s next for the stage presentations at the Tokyo Game Show 2017? Well, what about a new character? That’s for tomorrow. Also, Koei-Tecmo is bound to finally talk about DLC, because yes, you can bet Fire Emblem Warriors is going to get some (and a lot, too, if Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors Legends are anything to go by).

Fire Emblem Warriors @ Tokyo Games Show 2017

Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch, 3DS) comes out on September 28th in Japan, and October 20th in Europe and North America.



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