Fire Emblem Three Houses Gains Maddening Mode in Free Update

Fire Emblem Three Houses Gains Maddening Mode in Free Update

Nintendo has announced an update for Fire Emblem Three Houses which adds new “Maddening Mode” as part of the free update.

Fire Emblem Three Houses Gains Maddening Mode in Free Update

Maddening Mode sets to bring players more challenges to Fire Emblem Three Houses. This came with a free update, and if you manage to complete this mode without carrying over your previous cleared save data, the title screen will also change.

There is also Wave 2 of the Expansion Pass DLC which adds five additional Auxiliary Battles which includes Battle at Lake Teutates, Battle in the Forest, Battle at Gronder Field, Battle at the Sealed Forest, and Battle at Conand Tower as well as new battle music.

There will be two more DLC waves with the third coming December  which includes new quests and costumes, along with another free update. Wave 4 will add further story content, playable characters, locations and more, plus a further free update set for April 30th 2020.

Fire Emblem series Director Genki Yokota previously shared that the Expansion Pass will only contain side-stories and will not effect the main story, so its ideal for those who want a bit more story.

Fire Emblem Three Houses is exclusively available on the Nintendo Switch.

If you want more Fire Emblem content don’t miss out on Fire Emblem: Three Houses Expansion Pass Announced and Fire Emblem: Three Houses Over 200 Hours Of Content According To Directors.


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One comment on “Fire Emblem Three Houses Gains Maddening Mode in Free Update”

  1. ckmishn says:

    Apparently with t he latest patch Nintendo are replacing a voice actor, Chris Niosi, who did the voice of Byleth, based on unsubstantiated internet rumors and allegations (Nintendo apparently not learning from the Adam Holowka suicide that firing someone without any sort of due process probably isn’t a good idea).

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