With 11 different companions to romance and post-wedding adventures to embark on, the remaster offers plenty of new content.
Armored Core producer Kenichiro Tsukuda returns to lead the sequel. Platforms and a release date have yet to be revealed.
Having launched in Japan last week, the expanded remaster has now also received a Western release date, with a PC version also being confirmed.
The expanded remaster launches in Japan in March, with a Western release scheduled for sometime in Spring 2023.
Marvlous' expanded remaster launches in Japan exclusively for the Switch a few months from now, in March. A Western launch date hasn't yet been announced.
The expanded remaster is set to launch for the Nintendo Switch, while a release in Western markets is also scheduled for 2023.
Grasshopper Manufacture's Goichi Suda says that while No More Heroes 3 was the series' conclusion, a sequel isn't entirely off the table.
New features like a post-game adventures for each companion, Another Episode, and Hell difficulty have been added.
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.
The PC version of Rune Factory 5 is out now, alongside its Digital Deluxe Edition. There's also a special reward for those who already own Rune Factory 4 Special on Steam.
The Standard and Digital Deluxe Editions are currently discounted, with the latter including the base game and outfits from Rune Factory 4.
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.
Evidence continues to mount for the action RPG/farming sim coming to PC. A recent SteamDB listing previously indicated a July 13th release.
Currently exclusive to the Nintendo Switch, the farming sim/RPG could be launching on PC via Steam in the coming months.
Marvelous reveals that its Switch-exclusive life-sim RPG Rune Factory 5 has surpasses 500,000 worldwide shipments and digital sales.
No More Heroes 3 will arrive on new platforms this Fall with "improved HD visuals, framerates, and faster loading times."
The long-awaited Western release is finally here with full English localization and voice-acting. It's coming to Europe on March 25th.
Befriend 12 different companions, who will accompany you into dungeons to battle, hang out in different activities or even fall in love.
The mecha title can be claimed for free on PC until February 10th. Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair is also confirmed as the next free EGS game.
The third-person mecha game, made by Marvelous, will be available for PC players to keep for free on the Epic Games Store.