Fire Emblem: Three Houses director Toshiyuki Kasukihara has confirmed that it takes players about 80 hours to complete only one house in the upcoming tactical RPG, suggesting that the entire game could take more than 200 hours to complete.
In an interview with the French website JeuxVideo at Japan Expo 2019 (thanks, GamesRadar + ), Kasukihara and producer Genki Yokota also confirmed that your inactive actions and the houses you carry out determine your conclusion.
"To finish the game with just one of the three houses, it took me 80 hours. I haven't cut vocals or cutscenes, of course." Kasukihara said, "so if you want to make the three trails, it can take you more than 200 hours."
Fire emblem: Three houses are on the continent of Fdlin, which has been divided by three ruling nations. In the center is Garreg Mach Monastery, which is described as "home to the Officers Academy, where the future leader of the Fdlan train".
"As a travel mercenary became a teacher, choose which of the Academy's three houses to lead in their academic life and battlefield," Nintendo says. "Fdlan's future rests on your decision …"
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is out on July 26, 201