Fire Emblem: Three Hopes going to be released on June 24, 2022, for the Nintendo Switch. Fire Emblem: Three Hopes is not the first game set from the fire Emblem universe.
This is the sequel of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. In 2017 for the first time, the Fire Emblem Warriors game was released and featured characters from games like Fire Emblem: Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates.
Trailer of Fire Emblem: Three Hopes
In this full article, you will know the release date, cast and crew, Trailers, and other latest updates about the new sequel Three Hopes. Below is the Trailer of this game sequel released from Nintendo.
Release Date of Fire Emblem New Installment
Finally, the wait is over for this sequel. Nintendo announced its latest installment in the Fire Emblem Warriors series, “Three Hopes” which will release on June 24, 2022.
Cast and Crew of This New Sequel:
Nintendo Switch’s Three Hopes has most of the characters from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, namely Edelgard, Claude, Byleth, and Dimitri. Three Hopes is a different story set in the same game universe, it will be known if you watch the above trailer.
There is no clarity about and how it’ll set in with the different storylines of Three Houses. Several characters were released in the trailer interacting, but which was not seen in the original series. Only one original character to Fire Emblem new installment appears fighting Byleth at the end of the trailer.
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The trailer also showed a glimpse at the brand new world map, a war map for the audience and players to set out their next moves and to decide the mission they want to have with their troops. In addition to these interestingly, we can also watch a new character with purple color hair who was designed to fight Byleth with seemingly no allegiance to any of the three nations.
Fire Emblem genre fans will rejoice definitely for the upcoming Fire Emblem sequel from Nintendo. Hope even this new series also will take its players on a crazy ride.
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