Interestingly enough, Niosi already had his name removed from the credits of Fire Emblem Heroes, which revealed that Byleth would be coming to the game after the launch of Three Houses. Christopher Dring of GamesIndustry has shared some stats on how the game debuted, and Nintendo has a lot to be happy about. He took to his Tumblr account to publicly apologize to the numerous people he has mistreated over the years.
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Nintendo has announced it will replace the voice of Fire Emblem: Three Houses' male protagonist amid accusations of sexual assault by voice actor, Chris Niosi.
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It's not clear when the patch that will change the voice will go into effect yet.
"Intelligent Systems provided Koei Tecmo with a minimum crew of several designers, a music composer, and an adviser to the programmers. we then left Koei Tecmo in charge of basic game development", said director Toshiyuki Kusakihara (Intelligent Systems is the studio behind Fire Emblem and Advance Wars).