This game, called Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, is expected to be one of Nintendo''s most anticipated yet unexpected releases this year. It was not only a follow-up to 2017''s Fire Emblem Warriors, but also a revamp of 2019''s Fire Emblem: Three Houses. More importantly, it depicts all three of the game''s titular house leaders embarking on a new adventure without Byleth, the professor and playable avatar character of Three Houses.
One of the most recent releases for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes highlights that instead of Byleth becoming a professor at the Garreg Mach monastery, they remain a mercenary like at the beginning of the game. In their place, a new purple-haired player character known as "Shez" will be taking up the reigns as the game''s protagonist. Byleth, who has been dubbed "The Ashen Demon," has defended himself and slammed
Shez will have their own unique class that they begin with. In a tweet on the Japanese Twitter account, she expresses gratitude for the new class in Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. Flugel, a company that specializes in quick and quick attacks, and using a dual-wielding sword style.
This class is similar to Fire Emblem''s Thief Class, which specializes in rapid movement around the battlefield and high-speed attacks. Shez is also described to be having a hidden power, similar to Byleth and other Fire Emblem characters. This possibility may be tied to Arval, though more details will be discussed later.
Both Shez, Tasuku Hatanaka (Yuma Tsukumo from Genshin Impact), and Miyu Tomita, both male and female, may play between male and female versions at the beginning of the game, resulting in both characters becoming gender-locked. This choice is also the basis of the story of Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes.
On June 24, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes will be released on Nintendo Switch.