At this year’s E3 2019 Nintendo Direct, No More Heroes 3 was revealed to have a release window of 2020. Not very specific, but better than nothing.
The No More Heroes series dates back to 2007 for Japan, and 2008 for North America. Originally developed by Grasshopper Manufacture for the Wii, Travis Touchdown has made appearances on the Nintendo Switch previously with the release of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes on January 18, 2019. However, No More Heroes 3 is the first numbered installment to make its way to the Nintendo Switch.
Travis Touchdown returns to Santa Destroy after a ten-year absence in the latest numbered entry in the No More Heroes series... No More Heroes 3 for #NintendoSwitch is coming in 2020! #NMH3 pic.twitter.com/p3bIUckyzq— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) June 11, 2019
Nintendo had this to say about Travis Touchdown and No More Heroes 3:
Players have a bit of a wait until No More Heroes 3 releases sometime in 2020, but there are a lot of good games releasing soon, even on the Nintendo Switch. Visit the Shacknews video game release dates 2019 guide to get the drop on all upcoming titles and plan out the rest of your gaming year appropriately. If you’d like to following our coverage of the event this week, you can also check out the E3 2019 tag for a complete look at all our work.