Update [Fri 9th Jun, 2023 04:30 BST]:

In a video update, Grasshopper Manufacture has announced it will be hosting a special anniversary "Direct" program next week on 14th June.

In addition to this, it's also revealed a Shadows of the Damned Remaster is "currently in development" and is "coming soon". No platforms have been revealed at this stage, but this action-adventure EA-published title was originally released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011.

Here's some more information from the PR:

"Originally released in June 2011, Shadows of the Damned invited gamers to assume the role of Garcia, a hard-as-nails, leather-clad, motorcycle-riding professional demon hunter who finds his true love kidnapped by vengeance-seeking demons. As he explores the furthest reaches of the netherworld, Garcia battles through Hell and back, with danger and turmoil around every corner. Gamers will find themselves challenged by demented puzzles and thrust into gruesome battles with vile and deformed creatures that can only come from the darkest recesses of Hell. More details will be revealed about the remaster at Grasshopper Direct next week!"

Original article [Tue 6th Jun, 2023 04:05 BST]:

Suda51's Grasshopper Manufacture is apparently teasing something on its official website. It's all part of the company's 25th anniversary celebrations currently taking place.

The webpage in the link below shows a countdown timer, and attached to it is the message "Something's gonna happen". Suda himself has also retweeted this post, but what exactly could be revealed remains a mystery.

Suda51 has previously said it was time for the studio to "say goodbye to Travis", with a new focus on the next 10 years.

Grasshopper released No More Heroes III on the Nintendo Switch in August 2021, and later on in the same year joined NetEase. This was followed by Travis' third major outing being ported to other platforms in 2022. Suda also mentioned last year how he's been talking to Marvel.

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[source twitter.com, via mynintendonews.com]