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Suda Gives More ‘No More Heroes III’ Details

  • Currently 35 to 40 percent complete.
  • Will be bigger than the first game.
  • Only for Nintendo Switch.


Legendary game creator Suda 51 recently sat down for an interview, which you can read here, to discuss his upcoming projects. About a week ago we received new information surrounding No More Heroes III. The last game Goichi Suda worked on was Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and this was a different take on what fans were used to. No More Heroes III is currently expected to release in 2020 for Nintendo Switch.

In both size and budget, No More Heroes III is not the biggest game Suda 51 has created. Expect a bigger open world than the first No More Heroes, and keep in mind that this is a middle-class studio in terms of size. Do not expect an open world from larger companies like Ubisoft and Rockstar. No More Heroes III is currently 35 to 40 percent complete.

In terms of side activities, players can expect missions on par with the first game. There will be extras, and Suda hinted that they’ll be something greater. Don’t expect your standard minigames. Fan feedback towards playing as Travis Touchdown in the mecha suit has been taken into consideration. As of now, Fighting in the suit will be available for special circumstances.

The Beam Katana charge motion from the series will return, and so will both new and old motion controls. Nintendo Switch possess interesting new possibilities with its hardware and Suda aims to take advantage. The No More Heroes III trailer is coming along well, and it’s still expected to release at the end of this year or early 2020. Nobuaki Kanko will be doing the entire soundtrack. One of the bosses was described as being a combination of Thanos, Venom, and Joker.

Suda 51 reaffirms his, and Swery’s, commitment to side-scrolling horror game Hotel Barcelona. The two have discussed how the game loop will work, but they’ve yet to sit down to discuss how development will go. The earliest release date would be in two years, but he also acknowledges that isn’t enough time for development. Suda 51 and Swery hope to pitch it to publishers soon. A remaster he’d like to make happen is for Flower, Sun, and Rain.

What remaster of Suda’s would you like to see? Are you excited for No More Heroes III? To stay up to date, make sure to follow Suda 51 on Twitter, Facebook, and their official website.