Upcoming tactical RPG Fire Emblem: Three Houses according to directors Genki Yokota and Toshiyuki Kusakihara will take over 200 hours to complete.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses Over 200 Hours of Content
According the director of Fire Emblem: Three Houses there is quite a bit of content offered. At a interview during Japan Expo in France, directors of Nintendo and Intelligent Systems, Genki Yokota and Toshiyuki Kusakihara shared more about the overall gameplay length players can expect.
In a tweet that was translated by Stealth, the upcoming RPG is set to have 80 hours for one House Path:
Yoshiyuki Kusakihara, Director of Fire Emblem: Three Houses said it took him 80 hours just to beat one of the House Path’s without skipping cutscenes. Also unknown how many of the sidequests/stories he did.
This is one of my most anticipated games.https://t.co/mf0gdCcwXS
— Stealth (@Stealth40k) July 5, 2019
So with three houses to choose from and 80 hours each path, that’s 240 hours including cutscenes. The details do not mention if this just contains the main quest line or includes side quests.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses releases on the Nintendo Switch on July 26th.
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