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Fire Emblem: Three Houses cheats

Everything you need to know about Fire Emblem: Three Houses cheats.


If you picked up the latest entry in the Fire Emblem series on your Nintendo Switch, then chances are you’ve already dived into the game. If you’re having any trouble with the more difficult fights, then your first inclination might be to look for some Fire Emblem: Three Houses cheats. In this guide, we’ll discuss whether the game offers any types of cheat codes, as well as discuss some nifty little features you might not have noticed at first.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses cheats

Unfortunately, Fire Emblem: Three Houses doesn’t really have any cheats that you can enter to make the game easier. There are some third-party options that basically change up the game files, however, messing around with the internal files on your Switch can be a bit risky and is something that we suggest people stay away from.

While there aren’t really any specific cheats you can use to make the game easier, there are some interesting little features that you might not know about.

Fire Emblem: Three Houses cheats

For instance, if you press and hold the +, -, L and R buttons all at the same time, then you can reset the game back to the main menu without having to navigate through any of the options. This option can be utilized to revert to an old save if something happens you don’t like (a unit dies, or you find yourself in a bad position).

Also, while in handheld mode, you can actually turn the Nintendo Switch left or right (the actual device itself) during loading screens to make the little animated figure run along the line. You can also press B at this time to make the little icon jump as well.

Aside from these little features, though, there aren’t any hidden cheats or gimmicks to be found in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. We will keep an eye out for any new things that pop up. For now, be sure to return to our Fire Emblem: Three Houses guide hub for more assistance.

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