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Nintendo Of America: “Turn Your Sound Up To Hear The Main Theme Song From Fire Emblem: Three Houses”

Nintendo of America has tweeted out the main theme for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which launches worldwide on the Nintendo Switch on July 26th. This is the first time that fans are able to hear the English version of the song, complete with English lyrics. We’ve included the official tweet for you down below, so if you want to, feel free to check it out.

Thanks to Kantenstain for the tip!


  1. After listening that track it became more clear that the treehouse is behind the localization >_<

    1. Uh, it’s no different from the song 8-4 did when they localized Echoes. I’m not a Treehouse fan so don’t throw dirt on them when there’s no reason for it.

  2. Nintendo really took the whole theme song thing to a whole new level.

    Three Houses’ main theme song is increidbly beautiful.

    I have no problem listening to it all day.

    It’s as pleasant to listen to as the main theme song of Super Smash Bros: Ultimate – Lifelight.

    I have never been more excited for Fire Emblem: Three Houses than ever.

    1. I agree. I absolutely love the song. There is something soothing yet a bit eerie about it at the same time and for me it adds suspense on what will happen in the game.

    1. I actually like the song its self but the mixing is terrible. I’d like to be optimistic and say it’s a low quality upload and bad bitrate but that’s probably not the case.

  3. I’m a sucker for Japanese pop songs (and when English dubs are done right) so this doesn’t bother me at all. In defense of the theme, seeing as we don’t know the full story of Three Houses, this song could end up fitting the game more than some people here think it does at this moment in time.

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