It's claimed that No More Heroes developer Grasshopper Manufacture is developing a AAA survival horror Alien title.
No More Heroes 3, the final game in the franchise, is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S after spending a year as a Switch exclusive.
Grasshopper Manufacture's Goichi Suda says that while No More Heroes 3 was the series' conclusion, a sequel isn't entirely off the table.
The North American launch is set for October 11, while the European launch is set for October 14. The Japanese launch was previously confirmed for October 6.
"Neither he nor I am involved in this project at all, and Grasshopper Manufacture has nothing to do with development or anything," says Suda51.
The game will run at 4K and 60 FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X. Physical versions will also be sold for PS5 and PS4 owners.
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"I wonder when I can announce them? Maybe around the end of the year?” said founder Goichi Suda before musing that it "may end up being next year."
No More Heroes 3 will arrive on new platforms this Fall with "improved HD visuals, framerates, and faster loading times."
Grasshopper Manufacture will be responsible for its own game production while NetEase will provide funding and other support.
Suda51 has revealed that Grasshopper Manufacture has 3 new IPs in development, with one being in pre-production.
No information are given on what the IPs in question are, but Suda 51 describes a desire to develop games they can fully own.
In a recent interview with IGN Japan, Grasshopper CEO Suda shared some future plans of the studio and his wishes on what to do next.
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