XSEED Games announced Friday that it will be released Grasshopper production‘s No More Heroes III games in North America to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and PC via Steam and Microsoft Windows Store in the fall of 2022.
XSEED Games describes No More Heroes III:
Being “the greatest assassin in the world” is not what it used to be. Otaku hero Travis Touchdown is back again, forced out of retirement to defend Santa Destroy and Earth in an intergalactic test of power, while proving he’s more than just a dishonored man talking to his cat. Warm up those radiant catanas, tighten the all-new Death Glove, and get ready to take part in monstrous boss fights against the evil Prince FU and his nine alien minions, while Travis fights his way to the top of the galactic superhero rankings!
The company will also launch another Day 1 edition PlayStation and Xbox versions of the game that will include a box with a new original illustration by a serial artist Yūsuke Kozakia 70-page art book, an audio CD with the game’s soundtrack, and a 7 “x4” Santa Destroy commemorative license plate for motorcyclists.
The game was launched for Nintendo Turn on August 27th.
Game developer and Grasshopper production Founder Goichi “Suda51” In September 2020, Suda had announced that the game had been delayed from 2020 to 2021 due to delays in the development from the effects of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Artist Darick Robertson (The boys) provided illustrations for the game.
Robin Atkin Downes and Paula Tiso repeated their roles as Travis Touchdown and Silvia Christel, respectively.
Grasshopper production published the first No more heroes games for the Wii in 2007 and later for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. A sequel, No More Heroes 2: Desperate Strugglelaunched on the Wii in 2010. HD versions of both games launched for PC in North America on June 9th. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes launched on Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe in January 2019, and it was also released on PlayStation 4 and PC in October 2019.
Chinese developer NetEase game acquired Gōichi Suda‘s (SUDA51’s) game development study Grasshopper production Inc. from GungHo Online Entertainment in May 2021.
Source: Press release