Nintendo Announces 'Fire Emblem' Is Coming to Switch in New Trailer

Releasing next year.

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With Fortnite recently arriving and Dragon Ball FighterZ coming next year, Nintendo has also announced that Fire Emblem will be available on the Switch. The news was announced with a new trailer released at E3, which also revealed some gameplay aspects of the game and a timeframe for its Switch release.

The main point of difference for Fire Emblem: Three Houses from its mobile predecessor is in terms of graphics, with better representations of armies and shifting perspectives in combat. Check out the trailer for Fire Emblem on Nintendo Switch, and expect it to arrive on the console in Spring 2019.

In other E3 news, a Fortnite World Cup is coming.

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