The Level-5 game, which underwent a reboot, will present new information in February and would meet its release in 2023.
Level-5 has released a new development update for Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road of Heroes that shows off some of the game’s soccer systems, as well as some new art. The project is taking longer than expected, since it was restarted in 2020 and will arrive, if there are no further delays, in 2023 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android.
The illustration shows a new character that we don’t know about from previous products, and his name is still a mystery. The developer says that he is an extremely talented player and has made significant changes to the story to involve him. “For this Inazuma Eleven, we’ve pieced together the story to chronicle Unmei’s rise from the bottom up to success, and the agony of those at the top,” says studio CEO Akihiro Hino.
There will be more information in February
Inazuma Eleven: Victory Road of Heroes still does not have a clear date, but it seems that the study is beginning to prepare for the avalanche of information. In the meantime, there will be more information in February, including a look at the new story, game systems, characters, animations, and more.
One of the changes that Victory Road of Heroes underwent in its reboot has been seen throughout its plot, which will not connect with the anime, since one of the reasons for this relationship was its simultaneous release -something that is impossible-. Regarding its gameplay, Level-5 wants to use game systems that are reminiscent of the beginning of the series and that can be enjoyed even by those who are not good at soccer games. It is “the culmination” of Inazuma Eleven and Level-5’s idea is to make the final installment.
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