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Travis Leaves The Nintendo Switch: Travis Strike Again: No More Heroes Gets Ported To Two More Platforms!

The newest adventures of Travis Touchdown, the protagonist of the No More Heroes series, haven’t been exclusive to the Nintendo Switch for long (the game came out in January) – we’ll get to play them on two other platforms!

Grasshopper Manufacture announced at the MomoCon that a Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes are going to be available on PlayStation 4 and PC. (We have to point out that the game will show up on Steam on PC – the image clearly displays its logo!)

This is a surprising twist. Goichi Suda, who you may know much better as Suda51, has never worked on porting either game of No More Heroes to the PC! The action-adventure, hack’n’slash series’ first title launched in 2008 in the West on the Nintendo Wii. Its PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 port – under the name No More Heroes: Heroes’ Paradise – followed in 2011, a whole YEAR after the Japanese original launch. The PS3 version supported the PlayStation Move controller, which was hyped a lot back in the day. The first No More Heroes game (without any blood in Europe) was followed by No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle two years later on the Wii, in 2010. (Initially, Europe was supposed to get a mild, bloodless, and a violent version. The latter version was launched, the former got scrapped.)

Travis Strike Again: No More Heroes is not meant to be No More Heroes 3! Previously, Suda51 said – and we wrote about it – that this game has to sell well to enable him working on the true third game. The PlayStation 4 and PC ports will boost the sales, no doubt. But when will these launch? And will Grasshopper Manufacture, Suda51‘s studio, port these? Seeing the PlayStation 4 announcement, we might find out more on the next State of Play.

Source: Gematsu

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