Nintendo Switch Exclusive Travis Strikes Again Releasing On PS4 And PC

The No More Heroes spinoff is coming to new systems.

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Travis Strikes Again, the No More Heroes spinoff that launched in January as an exclusive for Nintendo Switch, is headed to new platforms. The game is coming to PlayStation 4 and PC, game director Suda51 announced at the Momocon 2019 event in Atlanta this weekend.

There is no word a release date for Travis Strikes Again on PS4 or PC, what differences there may be compared to the Switch edition, or if it'll also release on Xbox One. Developer Grasshopper Manufacture says it will announce more details in due course.

Travis Strikes Again takes place seven years after the events of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. In a plot that is suitably absurd, Travis Touchdown finds himself stuck in a haunted game video console called the Death Drive Mk-II. Alongside Badman, Travis must fight his way out of the Death Drive's six different games hack-and-slash style.

The game offers co-operative play with one player as Travis and the other as Badman; there are also unique co-op special attacks to pull off. Check out GameSpot's Travis Strike Again video review in the embed above to see the game in action. GameSpot scored the game a 6/10 in our Travis Strikes Again review.

Looking ahead, Suda51 has said that there might be more No More Heroes news coming at E3 in June. The ending to Travis Strikes Again very strongly suggested that a new No More Heroes game was in development. Asked by Siliconera about the ending, Suda replied with a laugh, "I wonder what that was myself. It might be Travis messing around. [Laughs] I hope around E3 time I'll have something cool to announce."

The No More Heroes series started with 2007's No More Heroes for Nintendo Wii. It was followed up in 2010 by No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, which was also released on Wii.

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