Inazuma Eleven fans just got some bad news and it’s just that Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes, formerly known as Inazuma Eleven Ares, has been delayed again and this time, in a much more than considerable way.
The Level-5 team has communicated that Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes won’t arrive until 2023, despite being scheduled for this same course and when it would originally be released in 2018. The developer apologized to the fans.
The creative team wanted to offer a small gameplay in return, while they commented that the images will not be the ones we see in the final version of the game. Level-5 explained that it has been very difficult to fit the production of Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes into the developer’s schedule.
Timed as the definitive game in the series, which had so much pull on Nintendo DS and 3DS, this title aspires to provide a simple yet complex gameplay, ideal for all audiences and that will bet on both solo and competitive online play.
Of course, the development of this game is resisting taking a clear boundary. Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes has faced multiple reboots, has been on the verge of cancellation and now begins his creative journey again. Will this be the final one? We leave you with the video:
A few months ago Level 5 (Layton, Yo-Kai Watch, Inazuma Eleven), was on its way to shutting down all operations outside of Japan. At the moment, Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes will be available for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS and Android, for now, only in Japan.