On the Nintendo Direct today, N3DS footage was shown, but more importantly, Lyn or Lyndis from Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword will be playable in Fire Emblem Warriors.
Lyn isn’t a stranger to spinoffs as she’s been an assist trophy in Smash Bros. before, and is certainly a popular character, as she did win the Choose your Own Legends poll on the female side.
Meanwhile in Europe Caeda has been spotted in their trailer.
As well as Navarre.
It’s timestamped to their appearance.
Lyn’s sprite on the Japanese Warriors website also matches the one on the “box leak”.
The game launches on October 20th in North America and Europe. Keep your eyes open for any more leaks and information.
Some new Fire Emblem Warriors details have been leaked and subsequently translated by our member on the forums Torii.
There’s a bit to go over so be ready to click “Read More” for details
Famitsu just dropped a preview for their next issue, which includes reveals of Male Corrin and Sakura (wielding a bow). Early translations also seem to tease Class Changes, however until we know more, I won’t make any drastic assumptions.
Like in the box art for Fates, Male Corrin is associated with Hoshido and Female Corrin with Nohr. Could your choice between Rowan and Lianna at the start of the game potentially influence this? I’m honestly not sure, but there’s lot of room for speculation.
Stay tuned for updates. The full issue comes out in just a few days on 7 September.
There’s a few more details out now
Kudos to Nintendoeverything for the translation of the recent Nintendo Dream Article.
The original game according to Hiroya Usuda was made for 1080p with 30 Frames Per Second, however its now revealed that a mode raising the FPS to 60 for the trade off of scaling down to 720p exists. This however only applies to the Switch version.
In laymans terms this pretty much means.
New 3DS owners should be able to at least handle 30FPS, however those without will likely want to either upgrade or get a Switch if they have an interest in the game.
Should be noted that Hyrule Warriors has no such option, this is also the first Switch game to my knowledge that has had such a feature as well.