New Fire Emblem game unveiled by Nintendo Leaker
According to a prominent Nintendo leaker, a new fire emblem The game is not just in development, but may be set to release this year via Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED. What this game is, the report does not say, but it is alleged that the game has been in development for about two years at Intelligent Systems, the developer behind the series. And apparently work on the game started right after another fire emblem project was cancelled.
The rumor comes the way of Samus Hunter on Twitter. Speaking to the social media platform, Samus Hunter is the latest to claim a remake of Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War was in development, but it was canned in 2018. And at this point, the team moved on to a new fire emblem Payment.
“I know that a fire emblem has been in development for the Nintendo Switch since 2018 (this time with the Intelligent System core team) I talked about it but originally there was a plan for a Genealogy of the Holy War remake on 3DS which was discontinued in 2018,” Samus Hunter said.
The Nintendo leaker continues:
“The game was originally meant to introduce new characters and gameplay mechanics. I thought they moved the project to the Switch, but they might [have] completely changed the plans. What I do know is that Intelligent Systems wanted to maintain [a] a gap of about two years with each title, but covid delayed much of the planned schedule, and things like voice acting were huge hurdles given the high dialogue count of each entry. So in the end you can expect a fire emblem game this year [and] the game should be in good condition.
If all of this sounds familiar, it’s because Samus Hunter isn’t the only one claiming it. That said, right now, as everyone is crying out for a new fire emblem the game is on the horizon, Samus Hunter is not Nintendo PR. So take everything here with a grain of salt. Not only is this all unofficial, but it’s also subject to change. And with the pandemic still ongoing, it’s entirely possible that its effects will continue to impact the game, its reveal, and its release.