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 game doesn't have a specific release date yet, but it's planned for a release in the spring of 2019. However, if Nintendo meets its goal of launching the game next spring, it will likely be out by the time E3 rolls around again. It will still have grid-based, strategy action, though there does appear to be a new focus on group combat. Three Houses' game takes place on Fódlan, where the Church of Seiros exercises great power over the land and its people.
The trailer also confirms some features that will be returning for the new entry in the series. So far, the company's latest console had only been graced with the spin-off game Fire Emblem Warriors, but that's set to change next year.
Over a year after it's reveal, Fire Emblem Three Houses will make its way to the Switch in 2019.
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