That said, Three Houses retains the same grid-based combat system as we've come to know, which now allows you to command massive legions for super-powerful attacks.
And, in battle, whenever you move a unit, formations of troops will move with them to support them when fighting enemy soldiers. In any case, Fire Emblem: Three Houses seems to give fans exactly what they want, along with a little extra for good measure. Fire Emblem Three Houses got its name and its first trailer showing off some details.
The game is set in a new world-Fodlan, where the Church of Seiros exercises great power over the land and people.
Some of the unique gameplay features in "Fire Emblem: Three Houses" are placed in the battling mechanics.
The trailer that debuted today is pretty light on details as far as the story is concerned, but it shows us what we wanted to see, namely the series' familiar tactical battles.
No release date has been announced at the time of writing beyond a window of Spring (US) 2019.
Fire Emblem's long-awaited arrival on Nintendo Switch is edging closer.