Upcoming hack and slash action adventure video game No More Heroes 3 will be arriving soon and we have all the information you need to know about the game before release.
The franchise, which is developed by Grasshopper Manufacture, has been hugely popular in the gaming community and No More Heroes 3 should be a thoroughly successful game.
The game, which is only available on Nintendo Switch, will bring a lot of action while sticking to its roots and is receiving a lot of excitement from the community.
The Nintendo Switch is looking to bring a new console, the Nintendo Switch Pro, and No More Heroes 3 could be a game available on this console.
Here is everything you need to know about No More Heroes 3:
UPDATE 13th July: The file size of the game has been revealed, so players will know how much storage they need on the console to download the game.
Read More: No More Heroes 3: File Size Confirmed
UPDATE 30th June: Like with previous games, many have wondered whether a Collector’s Edition will be included in this year’s release.
UPDATE 25th June: No More Heroes released some video footage recently at the E3 Event.
Read More: No More Heroes 3: Gameplay Demo Revealed
For now, the only information we have regarding the release of this action game is the fact that it will definitely be coming out in 2021.
We will provide you with all the information on this date when it is available.
Read More: No More Heroes 3: What Is The Release Date?
The price of No More Heroes 3 has been revealed by the Nintendo Switch site. The digital version of the game is $59.99 in the US, and £44.99 in the UK. This is both the price of the physical version and the digital version.
Fans were over the moon to see Nintendo release over 20 minutes of gameplay footage at the annual E3 event.
At the event, they revealed it live, however you can still look back at the footage on YouTube or by watching the video below.
The gameplay video revealed that players will have to combine the likes of basic moves, heavy moves, kicks, blocks, and rolls to defeat enemies while we could see finishers and jackpot bonuses returning.
If you wish to pre-order the game, follow the two links above.
The price is the exact same as if you waited for it to be released (£44.99).
Currently it looks like the only edition of the game that is out is the Standard Edition, which is the one available for £44.99.
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