No More Heroes 4 could potentially happen, according to the creator Suda51

However, it is only possible if there is enough fan support.

No More Heroes is one of the most iconic action-adventure hack and slash video games originally released for Wii. The game was designed by Goichi Suda, also known as Suda51, and developed by Grasshopper Manufacture in partnership with Feelplus.

The game's publishers include Marvelous Entertainment, Unisoft, XSEED Games, and Rising Star Games. Marvelous Entertainment holds most of the say and stake in the game's publishing.

No More Heroes series include three installments, with the first released in 2007 starring Travis Touchdown as the otaku assassin wielding a beam katana.

No More Heroes 3 was released recently in 2021 after a decade-long gap.

Despite the third installment being the conclusion to the story of Travis Touchdown, there is a possibility for a fourth game if enough players want it, according to the creator of the series, Suda51.

In an interview with GNN, Suda51 was asked if there was a potential for a fourth installment in the No More Heroes series.

"Nobody could say what's going to happen 10 years from now, and I can't say either. If there's a big fan outcry, Travis might be back. Just like Tom Cruise came back as Maverick," says Suda in reply to GNN. Thanks to VGC for the translation of the interview.

In addition, Suda also expressed his desire to see a collection of all three No More Heroes games in one package. Still, as always, that decision is for the publisher Marvelous Entertainment. It is safe to assume that with enough fan traction, there is certainly a potential for another No More Heroes game.

While we wait for an unconfirmed next installment in the series, it is best to try out the current game, No More Heroes 3. As mentioned earlier, No More Heroes 3 was launched on Nintendo Switch last year where Travis Touchdown is once again put against Galactic enemies to become the top-ranking assassin.

No More Heroes 3 is currently slated to release on other platforms, including Microsoft Windows Store (PC), PlayStation, and Xbox, on October 14, 2022. The Steam version of the game will arrive three days earlier, on October 11, 2022.

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