Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions uses the collaboration of the manga author himself, Yoichi Takahashi, who explained how the game has several unpublished narrative elements.
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, the new video game by Holly and Benji, is a project that not only Bandai Namco particularly cares about, but also the author of the original manga from which it was taken, namely Yoichi Takahashi, which according to apparently he is actively involved in the development of the new football game also due to the creation of new parts of the story.
Just from Takahashi some new information about Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions arrives, contained in an interview published by the Japanese magazine V-Jump. The creator of Holly and Benji he clearly reported how he was involved in the front line in the creation of the video game, in terms of advice but also to help provide the narrative basis of the title in question, which obviously incorporates the elements of the story typical of the manga and the animated series.
As reported by Takahashi, the main goal in Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions is to win the national football championship in Japan, however, the story is built on a dynamic structure that changes based on the results of the matches and also what happens within matches.
This means that the narrative path should not always be the same, but it seems destined to change based on the progress of the matches and also during the games themselves, with different episodes. This involved creating new unreleased content, which Takahashi was directly involved with.
As the situations and episodes vary in the game or outside of them, animations and moments that are not the historical ones of the series may appear, or they present variations with respect to these.
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions recently showed up with a long gameplay trailer, with the game also containing the obvious special skills and super shots that are historical features of the series.