Dress-up game


There is no shortage of news in regards to Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which is the biggest Nintendo title to launch in the month of July, and Nintendo has begun to outline the Expansion Pass which is sure to extend the life of the title way past its initial release.

Nintendo of America has announced through its Twitter account that the game and Expansion Pass are being bundled together and now available for pre-purchase on its website.

The Expansion Pass which sells separately for $24.99 or bundled together with the game for $84.98, will feature four waves of DLC will include ‘Officers Academy outfits for Byleth’ which will be available on the first day of availability

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Information on the Expansion Pass from the Fire Emblem: Three Houses eShop site:

Purchase the Fire Emblem™: Three Houses + Expansion Pass bundle to receive the full game and all waves of downloadable content as they release.

Strategic warfare rages on the great land of Fódlan, and this turn-based, tactical RPG gets even deeper with four waves of DLC*. You can get access to all four as they release with the Expansion Pass, which is available for pre-order on July 3rd. Expansion Pass owners will receive Officers Academy outfits for female and male Byleth on Day 1. Remember: you’re the professor of one of the academy’s mighty houses, so why not look the part?

  • Wave 1: Officers Academy outfits for female and male Byleth available Day 1 (July 26th)
  • Wave 2: Additional Auxiliary battle maps, helpful in-game support items, and more will be released by 10/31/2019
  • Wave 3: Additional quests and costumes will be released by 12/31/2019; plus, another free update
  • Wave 4: Discover new story content, with additional playable characters, locations and more will be released by 4/30/2020; plus, another free update

*Full version of game required to use DLC. Sold separately.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses releases exclusively on the Nintendo Switch this July 26th.

Sergio Acevedo is a writer at Force in Unison and Miketendo64. You can also talk with him about Nintendo happenings on Twitter and listen to his Nintendo Podcast at the Force in Unison Gaming channel.

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