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Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions Lets You Be Your Own Champion in Episode: New Hero

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions obtained a brand new trailer for its Episode: New Hero mode that stars your individual character.

Check out the brand new trailer from Bandai Namco beneath:

The mode is known as “Rise of New Champions” within the Japanese version. It is an unique story mode the place you employ the character creator to make your individual protagonist. After making a hero, the following factor you’ll must do is choose a faculty. You’ll have three decisions out of Toho Academy, Musashi Middle, and Furano Middle. Each route has its personal set of characters you’ll encounter and occasions to take a look at.

In this unique story mode, there’s a brand new match referred to as the “New Hero League”. You’ll take part on this match utilizing numerous particular strikes that your character learns from numerous characters from the anime.

For these of you who need to relive the Captain Tsubasa story expertise, the common story mode options Tsubasa Ozora and everybody else from his Nankatsu Middle School days, so the sport mainly has all of it so far as the story goes.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions will launch for the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC through Steam in 2020. Check out the newest gameplay trailer that includes iconic and flashy strikes in our previous report.

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