Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes name changed to Victory Road of Heroes, final details


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LEVEL-5 changed the name Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes to Inazuma Eleven: Heroes’ Road to Victoryand shared new information, screenshots and illustrations on the new developer blog.

Name change

The name has changed from Great Road of Heroes to Heroes Victory Road. The story has become a story not about strong players, but about training and hard work step by step to victory. So “Victory Road” turned out to be a more appropriate name.

The change also applies to No new protagonist Unmei Sasanami collects characters from the past Inazuma Eleven games as previously planned, but to create a proper original story, and then introduce elements where the player can merge past characters on top of that.

“Story Mode” will tell the story of Unmei Sasanami, while “Chronicle Mode” will allow players to collect characters from throughout history Inazuma Elevenkilling two birds with one stone.

Compliance system

The most complex and time-consuming part of the development was the attempt to implement intuitive touch controls, as in previous versions. Inazuma Eleven headings on current hardware – no pen.

The LEVEL-5 demos created so far didn’t have a good enough control feel and the gameplay would eventually turn into a standard soccer game, which would be difficult for users who aren’t very good at soccer games.

After much trial and error, the “Free Football Interface” was born, allowing players to switch between their preferred playing style at any time during a match.

However, even when using football-like controls with a controller, the series’ unique and simple operation remains intact. Touch controls in past games can also be used with a finger tap. LEVEL-5 is also considering releasing a dedicated pen for players who prefer to use a pen.

– Switch version: In handheld mode, you can position the console horizontally or vertically and use line drawing (touch control) or a controller to play. In desktop mode, you can position the console vertically and use the controller. And in TV mode, you can play horizontally in a horizontal or vertical view on the field with a controller.

Inazuma Eleven: Great Road of Heroes

visual stories

Unlike the previous Inazuma Eleven games, main character Inazuma Eleven: Heroes’ Road to Victory loves football but can’t play and instead acts as a coach who finds players and builds a team.

Although the details of this story are currently under wraps, it is not Raimon High School, but a new school in Nagasaki, Kyushu, Japan. The name of the school, like the name of the main character Unmei Sasanami, has the kanji for “cloud” (雲). The key word this time is “cloud” as “inazuma” (lightning) is born from clouds, and LEVEL-5 hopes to evoke the feeling that the clouds swell to create lightning.

New story for a new protagonist

One of the changes to the story is that Unmei Sasanami’s story no longer takes place in a parallel world directly connected to the characters from the past. Inazuma Eleven games – setting and characters are now completely original.

The story of the protagonist, who does not know how to play football, and his friends, paving the way to victory, will be filled with considerable emotions. The time it takes to build a football team will be the longest in this series. However, the “football battles” before your team can play a match will be more enjoyable and strategic than ever before, making preparing for a full-blown match even more exciting.

Chronicle mode

“Chronicle Mode” is a new mode that allows users to team up with characters from the past. Inazuma Eleven games. This is a Hero Legacy Mode where you team up with your favorite characters from the past, create your own team, and take on the worst, strongest, and most formidable opposing teams. As you complete the in-game achievements, you’ll unlock more characters to team up with and teams to face off against, with more to come in updates.

According to his recently relaunched teaser website, Inazuma Eleven: Heroes’ Road to Victory is still scheduled to release on PlayStation 4, Switch, iOS, and Android, with more information to be announced this winter.

View the new set of screenshots in the gallery.

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