No More Heroes 3 livestream April 2021

No More Heroes 3 April 2021 Live Stream Will Have New Information

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Marvelous will hold a new live stream dedicated to No More Heroes 3 on Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 9pm JST/8am ET. The “No More Broadcast Station 5.1GHm” stream, which will be available on the company’s YouTube channel, is set as age-restricted and thus will require viewers to log in and confirm their ages. Twitter users will also be able to watch the stream on Marvelous’ Japanese account. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Grasshopper Manufacture’s Goichi “Suda51” Suda will reveal new details about No More Heroes 3 by showing a world-premiere trailer. Hosted by the Japanese celebrity Mafia Kajita, the stream will also feature the Hololive Vtuber Botan Shishiro as a guest. Suda51 will also look back at the history of the No More Heroes franchise during the stream.

No More Heroes 3 was initially revealed in June 2019 with a release window in 2020. However, Suda51 announced in September 2020 that the game was delayed to 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic hampered its development. Although another trailer appeared in the October 2020 Direct Mini, Nintendo and Marvelous finally confirmed the game’s full release date in the February 2021 Nintendo Direct.

No More Heroes 3 will be available for the Nintendo Switch on August 27, 2021. Suda51 has also revealed the English cast list for the game, with Henry Cooldown being newly voiced by Mark Allan Stewart.


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