No More Heroes 3 Announced With New E3 2019 Trailer (VIDEO)
Goichi Suda, a.k.a. Suda51 is known for spearheading quite the creative assortment of games, chief among them being the No More Heroes series–a wild hodgepodge of vibrant pop culture starring one Travis Touchdown. With two main games under his belt, Suda51 had seemingly kept notions of a third outing just outside of reality, opting to instead pursue spin-offs such as January’s Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. However, circumstances have now apparently changed with Nintendo’s reveal of No More Heroes 3.
Announced at E3 2019, Nintendo officially confirmed No More Heroes 3 is set to unleash yet another flurry of beam-kitanas and solid suplexes for the Nintendo Switch. The game was shown off with a spectacular new trailer, depicting Mr. Touchdown as he engages in all his usual otaku hi-jinks such as manifesting mech armor, doling out slick movie references, and taking out a slew of alien baddies. Check out the trailer below.
Though this reveal is surely a surprise for fans, No More Heroes 3 has been a culmination of sorts for Suda51, who previously voiced plans to return to the mainline series just before Travis Strikes Again saw release. It was teased that much of the Nintendo Switch spin-off would be integrated into the eventual third game, suggesting crazy battles on the scale of Marvel’s Avengers and snap-happy villain Thanos.
I am working on an outline for No More Heroes 3 – a proper direct sequel for the series – and it’s going to be connected to TSA in a big way. Because, in No More Heroes 3, Travis is going to go up against crazier adversaries than he ever has before it’s going to be bloodier, more intense battles between assassins it’s going to be kind of like The Avengers – Thanos levels of crazy villains.”
No More Heroes 3 is set to release for Nintendo Switch sometime in 2020.
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