Fire Emblem: Three houses is the first Emblem of fire title coming on the home consoles in more than 10 years, and fans are dying to get their hands on it. The game has many new and old features and enhancements that make it a great entry point for new players, as well as a new title for recurring fans, making it one of the most popular games ever. Most expected of Switch, the game is the support function, which will bring improvements to units in combat based on nearby units and relational links. In a new video, fans can see how this support function works in combat.
the Emblem of fire The series is renowned for its difficult and engaging battles through the use of a grid-based system. The series is also well known for its social characteristics, which allow characters to bond with each other. Fire Emblem: Three houses features a support function that allows players to combine social and combat elements to help in the thick of the fight. Previously Emblem of fire titles, players can group characters for statistical and relational bonuses, and Fire Emblem: Three houses go a little further. When units on the battlefield are close to each other, they will receive multiple bonuses. When units attack the same enemy, they can perform a joint attack that will improve typing speed and avoid chance.
In addition to combat bonuses, units that work together in a fight such as this one will also benefit from a revival of dynamism in their relationships. the Fire Emblem: Three houses The story trailer has highlighted several characters with which players will be linked during the main campaign. The first half of the game taking place in schools, players will have to decide how to spend their time each day. Players can train students in different roles, go on an adventure, and perhaps more importantly, spend time with students to strengthen their bonds.
Global, Fire Emblem: Three houses seems to be announcing itself as one of the biggest titles of the year for the Switch, for both new and old players. Fire Emblem: Three houses will have more than 80 hours of content per game, so there is no shortage of content in the game to come. Fortunately, fans do not have much more time to wait before they can dive into the world of Fódlan and lead their students to victory.
Fire Emblem: Three houses launches July 26, exclusively for Nintendo Switch.