Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Is Coming To PlayStation 4 And Steam

Published: May 26, 2019 9:20 AM /


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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be released for PlayStation 4 and Steam. The game was previously exclusive to the Nintendo Switch.

Developer Suda51 announced the ports by taking to the stage at this year's MomoCon. We don't yet know much more than that the ports exist. There's no launch window yet and no indication of whether these ports will have any unique features. Two DLC packs, Black Dandelion and Bubblegum Fatale, have been released for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. We're not sure if those packs will be included with the PS4 or Steam releases or sold separately. Developer Grasshopper is telling fans to stay tuned for more info coming later.

Suda51 (real name Goichi Suda) fans may have a little more to look forward to than just this announcement. The legendary developer says he "might" have something to announce at this year's E3. Speaking through a translator, Suda said he couldn't say anything just yet, but that fans should look out for his appearance at the show this year. I'm holding out hope for a new mainline No More Heroes entry, although anything from Suda51 is well worth keeping an eye on.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is the third game in the No More Heroes franchise. The game sees returning protagonist Travis Touchdown battling the father of Bad Girl, an assassin he killed during the events of No More Heroes. Travis and Badman are drawn into a possessed video game console and must battle through various video game-themed stages. Suda says he doesn't consider the game a direct sequel to No More Heroes 2 but "the beginning of a new adventure" for Travis. You can pick up Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes right now on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99.

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