Nintendo has released a demo of Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes on the Nintendo Switch eshop for players to experience.
While the full version of Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes will be released on June 24, a limited-time demo for the game is currently available to all players on the eShop.
The demo has local network co-op support for two players, and any progress made during the demo will carry over to the official game after launch. Earlier today, Nintendo announced a brand new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes that showcases gameplay from the early games in the game. Three Hopes is a new story set in the same universe as Fire Emblem Three Houses launching in 2019.
While Three Houses is a traditional Fire Emblem-style turn-based strategy game, Three Hopes is another spin-off of the hack-and-slash series like Dynasty Warriors, or most recently Fire Emblem Warriors 2017. Play as a new character named Shez and join one of three famous clans in the world of Three Hopes, each with their own unique backstory.
Fire Emblem Warriors Three Hopes Limited Edition will include an ArtBook, a tapestry map of the land of Fódlan, a set of five acrylic figurines, and a set of photographs of the characters. There will also be more good news, that a second Fire Emblem title could be released this year, an industry insider confirmed in February.
Emily Rogers, who has a track record of reporting on Nintendo’s Fire Emblem games very accurately, said she believes a second Fire Emblem game is in development at Intelligent Systems and that it could released this year.