Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes gets a thankfully minor day one patch

Three Hopes patch

“Fixed an issue…”

Nintendo just put out a minor Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes patch coinciding with its day one release today, and it’s thankfully fairly lean (having to grab a gigantic content patch right after getting the game would have been annoying).

It fixes, say it with me now, some issues! A few of them are even “rare!” The main one that sticks out is a problem with the save screen, which is also referred to as a “rare” problem: but one that even one total person would find devastating. You can read the full list here on Nintendo’s official site, or below.

Personally, I haven’t encountered any of these issues pre-launch, so folks should hopefully be good to go with it installed. Ideally, if a day one patch is in the cards, the powers that be will swiftly fix anything other people find as well. In a game as big as Three Hopes with as many party variations and missions, someone will likely find something the team missed.

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes patch version 1.0.1 (Released June 23, 2022)

  • Fixed a rare issue where the game sometimes freezes at the end of an event.
  • Fixed a rare issue where the game sometimes freezes when moving from Base Camp to the War Map.
  • Fixed a rare issue where, after selecting a file to save to on the save screen, the screen does not change and progress is blocked.
  • Fixed an issue where progressing certain battles in certain sequences causes the player to get stuck and prevents progress.
  • Fixed an issue where using a Partner Special at certain times causes the Partner Special to not end and prevents progress.
  • Fixed an issue where the switch Lock On target control does not work when controlling the game with the left or right Joy-Con held horizontally.
  • Fixed various other issues to improve comfort of gameplay.
Chris Carter
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