Jun 02, 2017 09:15 AM EDT
Game publisher Koei Tecmo has recently announced that "Fire Emblem Warriors" will be coming to the New Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch this coming Fall. New details on the characters were recently revealed.
Two Protagonists Revealed
Koei Tecmo recently revealed four new characters for the upcoming "Fire Emblem Warriors," which two of them are original characters. The first original character is Shion, who is the eldest son of the royal family from the Aitoris Kingdom. Instead of becoming king, he wanted to become a knight and asked his twin sister Lian, to take the throne, according to the game's official website.
The other original character is Lian, the twin sister of Shion. She is intelligent and knows how to approach situations based on her skills. While she has the characteristics to claim the throne, she wants her brother to take it.
Other Characters Involved
Aside from the two original characters involved in the video game, there are currently two familiar characters included. Chrom from "Fire Emblem Awakening" joins in as the passionate prince of The Halidom of Ylisse. He is a great fighter and can lead his allies to victory in a bold way, but he has issues with his social interactions.
Marth from "Fire Emblem: Shadow and the Blade of Light" joins in this video game also as a prince. He currently has a position in the Altea Kingdom, and he also has the great characteristics of a great leader.
"Fire Emblem Warriors" Gameplay Details
The game publishers also revealed some details of the video game's gameplay system. The weapon triangle and class systems also exist in this game like firing a bow against a Pegasus Knight is highly efficient for example, Gamatsu reported.
The publisher confirmed that Intelligent Systems will be supervising on details like the character settings, and there will be a huge, fully voiced script. There will be bond conversations with characters from across different game titles, but there will be neither marriage nor a love interest.
Check out the Fire Emblem Warriors Trailer video below:
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