Today''s day Fire Emblem fans get to return to Fire Emblem: Three Houses as part of the Musou follow-up Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes. The game is now available on Switch and will see players control Shez and a plethora of Three Houses characters in some harrowing hack-and-slash battle.
As we''re now older, the game has received a day one patch to resolve some initial bugs and issues in order to help make your experience smoother.
The patch was removed just before the game was released, so if you were lucky to get it early or have just been playing it non-stop since it was discontinued (we hope you have some coffee! ), then make sure you keep your game updated and see what''s done below:
Fixed a rare issue where the game may freeze at the end of an event. - Fixed a rare issue where progressing certain battles in the game is hindered. - Fixed a case where the switch Lock-On target control does not work when controlling the game with the left or right Joy-Con held horizontally. - Fixed several other issues to improve gameplay.
There are no big surprises here! All day one fixes are standard. In our 9/10 review, we were pretty big fans of Three Hopes and enjoyed it lavishly. You can check out Digital Foundry''s verdict on the Musou game''s performance both docked and unocked here.
Are you aiming for Three Hopes in Fire Emblem? What do you think so far? Let us know in the comments!
[source en-americas-support.nintendo.com, via nintendoeverything.com]