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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Comes to PC and PS4

Nintendo Switch exclusive hack and slash title Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is announced for PC and PS4.

Back in January 2019, action-adventure hack and slash game Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes from Suda51 was launched exclusively on Nintendo Switch handheld consoles by developer/publisher Grasshopper Manufacture.

Recently, the game has been officially announced to come for PC via Steam and PlayStation 4 during fan convention of MomoCon 2019, leaving Switch exclusivity and more details will be dropped in later since a release date is yet to be revealed.

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Comes to PC and PS4

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Travis Strikes Again sets premise for series protagonist Travis Touchdown who is a video game fan who is an assassin wielding a beam katana that he won from an auction to slay fellow hitmen to maintain his raking United Assassins Association.

He is now in his middle age and distanced himself from everyone in somewhere near Texas but a former baseball player turned assassin named Badman shows up at his doorstep to exact revenge on Travis for killing his daughter, Bad Girl.

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Both No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle came out in 2008 and 2010 for Wii. Though NMH2 remained an exclusive to its launch platform, the first game was ported to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise.

Although director/producer Goichi Suda doesn't consider Travis Strikes Again as a direct sequel to its previous installment, it sure is a good starting point for anyone interested to try out their hand on the game other than Switch consoles.