Robokick sadly never answered your call in the end, but I wanted to point out to American audiences who might miss out on this local bit of news that Captain Tsubasa is the kind of IP that gets €2000 (presently $2200) limited editions in Europe in 2020.
This promotion also somehow spoils that a future VJump collaboration will happen for the game in Japan, but this new game is almost certainly made with Mediterranean Europe and Brazil in mind as a priority, rather than its home country, so I am not so shocked at the uncharacteristic lack of caution.
The series was also very big in pan-Arab countries in the 80s and 90s, so for the first time it might legitimately sell well there as well, thanks to the progress of official distribution and digital sales in those regions since the PS2 era.
That engaging PV almost tricked my poor nostalgic heart! Unfortunately, unless Tamsoft miraculously fostered an amazing team of arcade sports specialists who were just bidding their time with Onēchanbara and (checks notes) Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash, it’s probably going to be notverygood.