Suda51 is working on three new sagas, but wants to make a Deadpool game

No More Heroes 3, the long-awaited third installment of the action adventure starring Travis Touchdown, arrived on Nintendo Switch on Friday, August 27. That same day, Goichi “Suda51” Suda, creator of the series and CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture, announcement that the saga that began in the days of Wii has ended. However, the Japanese have plans for the future: they are working on three new intellectual properties, and he will not care collaborate with Marvel.

“The broad answer is that we already have a lots of products that are in development“replied Suda51 to a question from the Japanese division of IGN when they asked what happens now that Travis won’t come back. It ensures that “throughout the next 10 years we have three intellectual properties originals that we are working on and that we have already planned. “

The CEO continued, without giving too much detail: “So you can definitely expect a lot of new and interesting intellectual properties from Grasshopper. Besides, of course we have other plans we’re working hard on and we hope they will bear fruit. “Perhaps among them is Hotel Barcelona, a horror game that ad next to Hidetaka “Swery65” Suehiro and that supposedly edit in principle Return Digital, although there was no official announcement. On No More Heroes 3, Travis’s closet is full of T-shirts from that publisher.

Suda51 working with Marvel?

From how he says it in the interview, it seems more like a wish that something that will make it come true. Suda51 says: “But [en relacin a] the kind of things that I would like to do, I would also love work with Marvel on a Broken Star or Deadpool game, something that looks like [al tipo de juego] by Grasshopper. Perhaps a title of Quicksilver of some kind. So Marvel, you know. “

It may seem impossible for the eccentric Japanese creative to collaborate with Marvel, but as you remember from VGC, Disney has open arms for studios to come up with ideas. Sean Shoptaw, Vice President, Video Games Division of Disney, he pointed out at last year’s DICE Summit (goes Hollywood Reporter) what do they want “reimagines” of his sagas, and told the event attendees “come and play” with the intellectual properties of the company.


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