Good Smile Company has issued an update and apology that their figma of Edelgard from Three Houses will be seeing a delayed release, moving from July to sometime this August.
The given explanation for the updated release schedule is due to factory delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has been the case for various product releases.
Fans looking forward to the release will have to wait just a little bit longer for the Adrestrian princess to arrive, but she should hopefully be worth the wait to those who’ve ordered. Reservations for purchasing the figma have since closed and may not open again for some time.
Still looking to expand your Fire Emblem collection? Pre-orders for the February 2021 rerelease of the figma for Lucina from Awakening are still open until the end of this month! Check out our previous article for all the details.
Here’s something slightly unexpected. Nintendo has shared a bunch of wallpapers for their biggest Switch titles, including four for Three Houses.
The wallpapers are of the game’s key art, the title screen with Sothis on the throne, Garreg Mach Monastery during the evening and the Cathedral. You can grab them from the special website. All wallpapers are 1920 x 1080 pixels in size.
Of note, this is probably the only time the Sothis artwork has been released in high quality. That said, it’s not that much bigger than the one found in-game.
By the way, if you’re looking for other artwork that could be used for a wallpaper, please check out our Three Houses gallery. The ones of the monastery during the day are quite nice! As an extra bonus, here’s the Maddening version of the Sothis title screen artwork.
As promised, here’s the translation for the second half of the interview with the Three Houses development team, found in the May 2020 edition of Nintendo Dream (which came out last month).
Like the first half, you can read the translated interview at Nintendo Everything. A big thanks to them for choosing to cover the interview–and Oni Dino for translating the contents. In case you missed it, you can find the first half here.
Here are a few highlights that we cherry-picked. Please be aware that the full interview includes spoilers for the various routes and DLC.
Back in March, the May 2020 edition of Nintendo Dream featured a big interview with the Three Houses development team, revealing various tidbits, such as Claude’s true name.
At the time, we shared parts of the interview, but the full interview is much, much bigger–so much so that it’s taken weeks to completely translate.
Thanks to Nintendo Everything and translator Nico Thaxton, you can read the first half of the interview on their website. (The second half will be released tomorrow.)
Here are a few highlights to pique your interest. Please be aware that the full interview includes spoilers for the various routes and DLC.