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Sony ForwardWorks launches pre-registration campaign for third game No Heroes Allowed! Dash!

Sony ForwardWorks launches pre-registration campaign for third game No Heroes Allowed! Dash!

Sony ForwardWorks has opened pre-registrations in Japan for its upcoming match-3 RPG game No Heroes Allowed! Dash! on iOS and Android.

The game has already secured 300,000 pre-registrations nine days after the campaign began. As is often the case, more pre-registrations means more rewards for players when the game launches.

ForwardWorks is also running a competition on Twitter to spread awareness of the game. Entrants have the chance to win both in-game rewards and real-world prizes, including a PSVR headset for the PS4 console.

Give it a go

Alongside all of this, a limited-trial of No Heroes Allowed! Dash! is set to run from January 25th to 30th on Android. 1,000 players will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis for the trial.

No Heroes Allowed! Dash! was originally set to be the second game launched by ForwardWorks back in 2017. The series itself is now over a decade old, originally appearing on PlayStation Portable as Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What Did I Do To Deserve This?

ForwardWorks' second game ended up being Sora to Umi no Aida, an original IP designed by the developer. It will be the first of the studio's games to be released outside of Japan.


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