It’s 26th July in the easternmost parts of the world, which means Fire Emblem Three Houses has officially been released! Of course, those of us in Europe and North America will have to wait a tiny bit longer before we can play.
As you may know, over the past couple of months, we’ve been closely keeping up with all the pre-release coverage. Today, that journey has come to an end, but the real journey begins now!
Starting from now, we’ll be working hard to gather all kinds of useful information for our Three Houses section. At the moment, the section is a little bit bare as you’d expect. But at our current pace, there should be plenty of content available before most of you finish the game!
Especially since we had a little head-start as well…
Needless to say, if you find any of the information useful, please do share with your friends! In any case, we hope you enjoy Three Houses or whatever life brings you~
The long wait is finally over! You can finally download Fire Emblem Heroes on your iOS and Android devices!
Although, at the time of writing, Android users in the US cannot officially download the game from the Google Play Store. But if you’re smart you can search for and directly install the APK file instead, which does the same thing.
Otherwise–and if the game isn’t available in your region yet–you’ll simply have to wait a bit longer.
Warning: As expected with many mobile game launches, expect communication errors aplenty as you try to download the game (and the additional 80 MB and 300 MB downloads before you can properly play). The only thing you can do is keep retrying.
For those of you who are really serious about playing the game, you may even have to endure the grueling download process multiple times as you attempt to re-roll for 5* Heroes.
By the way, if you don’t know what re-rolling is or need any help with the game, be sure to keep an eye on our (in-progress) game section and discussion forums.
In addition to downloading and playing the game, there’s a bit more you should keep in the back of your head, such as the My Nintendo Rewards coins (which can be combined with your regular Platinum Points to buy among five different types of goodies).