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Represent your house with custom Fire Emblem: Three Houses cover art

Show your allegiance with this Fire Emblem: Three Houses cover art.

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses - House cover art

Show your allegiance to the Black Eagles, Blue Lions, or Golden Deer with downloadable Fire Emblem: Three Houses cover art.

The Nintendo Switch tactical RPG, Fire Emblem: Three Houses, has received positive reviews across the board. The game’s combat has been refreshed and retooled, and the addition of school houses adds an engaging cast of characters that give the sprawling story some totally emotional heft.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses plays out quite differently depending on whether you choose to join the Black Eagles, Blue Lions, or Golden Deer. So once you make your decision, what better way to show your house colours than with custom Nintendo Switch cover art?

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Nintendo has released two ‘print-it-yourself’ cover packs via the My Nintendo rewards programme. There are two variants: one for North America, and one for Europe. Each set features one of the three houses and its house leader. The European version also includes a characters from each house on the back cover.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses – House Cover Art

The cover art packs cost 50 My Nintendo Platinum Points, and are provided as high-resolution, ready-to-print PDFs. We recommend heading to a local printer and using glossy print stock to get the best results. Visit My Nintendo in Europe or the US to redeem and download.


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