No More Heroes Might be Coming to E3, According to Suda51

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Director Suda51 of the series No More Heroes has suggested that the long awaited and rumored sequel to the 2010’s No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle might finally be coming during this year’s E3 event in June.

In a recent interview given to Siliconera, Goichi Suda, also known as Suda51, was asked about the ending of Travis Strikes Again as it suggested more of Travis Touchdown in the future.

I wonder what that was myself. It might be Travis messing around. I hope around E3 time I’ll have something cool to announce.

This is not the first time Suda51 has shown his desire to make more games in the series, and a possible third title of the gaming series. His intention with the No More Heroes 3 teaser at the end was meant to emulate something similar to what the Marvel Cinematic Universe does in its own films at the end of the credits.

As for what the actual ending was teased, at he conclusion of Travis Strikes Again, the game ends with a  brief tech demo of sorts showing off what Grasshopper Manufacture was supposedly working on. The game in question was clearly that of No More Heroes 3, though a title for the game was not mentioned.

No More Heroes series started back in 2007 with No More Heroes on Nintendo Wii. It followed up with a sequel called No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle which was also released on the same Nintendo Wii console. A spinoff Travis Strikes Again came out last year in 2018 when it was launched exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

So far there is no more details coming out from either Suda51 or Grasshopper Manufacture, though we hope to see more information pouring out at E3 2019, and a few hints just before June.

Do you think No More Heroes 3 will be revealed at E3? Have you played the previous games of the series? Post your comments below.

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