Goichi Suda, the creator of No More Heroes, a series that is now coming to an end, has revealed that he wants to develop a Deadpool game in collaboration with Marvel.
No More Heroes creator wants to make a Deadpool game
During a two-hour livestream held on the IGN Japan channel to celebrate the launch of No More Heroes 3, available on Nintendo Switch, Suda51 was asked what’s next for Grasshopper Manufacture.
“The broad answer is we already have a lot of products that are in development,” Suda replied via a translator. “And over the next 10 years we have three original IPs that we’re working on and we have already planned out.”
“So you can definitely look forward to a lot of new, interesting original IPs from Grasshopper. We also of course have other plans and are working hard on them to bring them to fruition. “But [in terms of] the kind of things I’d love to do, I’d also love to work with Marvel on a Shatterstar or Deadpool game, something sort of Grasshopper-y like that. Maybe a Quicksilver title of some sorts. So, Marvel, you know.”
Given that Deadpool is one of Marvel’s most humorous and relatively different characters, the idea of making a game of this character by Suda51 seems appealing. No More Heroes 3 is the latest installment in the series, and we’ll have to wait and see what he and Grasshopper Manufacture studio have in store for the future, and what fans will have to look forward
It is worth mentioning that on the occasion of the release of No More Heroes 3, the creator of the series published a special message to fans, in which he made it clear that the third game was the end of the franchise.
Recall that No More Heroes 3 was released for the Nintendo Switch on August 27 worldwide. The title is available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.