Suda 51 working on outline for No More Heroes 3, development depends on success of Travis Strikes Again

Suda wants Travis Strikes Again to lead into a third numbered installment.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Grasshopper Studio head and Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes director Goichi “Suda 51” Suda discussed the possibility of a No More Heroes 3 duing a recent interview with Fandom.

“Nothing is set in stone yet, and of course it’ll depend on the success of Travis Strikes Again, but I am working on an outline for No More Heroes 3 – a proper direct sequel for the series – and it’s going to be connected to Travis Strikes Again in a big way,” Suda said. “Because, in No More Heroes 3, Travis is going to go up against crazier adversaries than he ever has before it’s going to be bloodier, more intense battles between assassins it’s going to be kind of like The Avengers – Thanos levels of crazy villains.”

Suda continued, “In order for Travis to stand a chance [against these powerful new foes] I wanted to give Travis the chance to enter these different game worlds [in Travis Strikes Again] and power up to learn some new skills and gain some more strength so that ultimately I can work to make Travis a more prominent character in video game history overall. The skill chips that you saw Travis collecting in Travis Strikes Again’s game world, I want Travis to take those with him to the next game, the next numbered installment.”

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is due out for Switch on January 18, 2019.

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