Development on the action adventure title seems to be progressing smoothly.
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes may have been a decent appetizer when it launched earlier this year, but for fans of the series, the real meal is yet to come. And with No More Heroes 3 being billed as something that will go beyond fan expectations, anticipation for the game is certainly quite high.. No More Heroes 3 is scheduled to come out for the Nintendo Switch in 2020, and recently, in an interview with Wccftech, game director and series creator Goichi Suda – or Suda51 – spoke about the action adventure title’s development.
According to the eccentric game designer, development on No More Heroes 3 is “about 35 to 40 percent complete” – which is a little weird, because earlier this year, he said that that figure stood at roughly half. Either way, the game is still scheduled to come out next year.
Meanwhile, Suda also said that we’ll be getting an updated look at the game soon. When asked about a new trailer for No More Heroes 3, he said, “This year or early next year you’ll see something more.”
In the same interview, Suda also talked about the game’s open world structure, what we can expect from it in terms of size and scope, and how the game will make use of motion controls. Read more on that through here.