Fire Emblem: Three Houses director Toshiyuki Kasukihara has confirmed that in the upcoming tactical role-playing game, players will need about 80 hours to complete a house, suggesting that the entire game may take more than 200 hours to complete.
In an interview with the French website JeuxVideo of the 2019 Japan Expo (thanks to GamesRadar), Kasukihara and producer Yokota said that your in-game action and the house you completed will determine your ending.
"It took me 80 hours to finish the game with only one of the three houses. Of course, I didn't cut the vocals or cutscenes." Kasukihara said, "So if you want to do three roads, you might need 200." Multiple hours."
Fire symbol: There are three houses on the mainland of Vadod, which is divided by three ruling countries. The Garreg Mach Abbey is located in its centre and is known as the “School of Military Academy, where the future leaders of Fódlan will be trained”.
"As a travel mercenary teacher, you must choose which of the college's three houses is in their academic life and on the battlefield," Nintendo teased. “The future of Fódlan depends on your decision...”
Fire Emblem: On July 26, 2019, there were three houses on the Nintendo Switch.