Released last year on Nintendo Switch, No More Heroes III, the latest video game adventure from our dear Travis Touchdown is being exported to new platforms in just a few months.
The Nintendo Switch loses an exclusivity
Last year, No More Heroes III came to the show on Nintendo Switch with a supercharged proposal (which unfortunately turns quickly in a loop as our test attests). A year later, the exclusivity of the Japanese console is no longer since we learn this time that the title will land on new media. In effect, Travis Touchdown will be able to live his last journey on PC via Steam, starting October 11. That’s not all, three days later, on October 14, 2022, No More Heroes III is also coming to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and even the Windows Store.
Being “the world’s number one assassin” isn’t what it used to be. Travis Touchdown is back once again, forced out of retirement to defend Santa Destroy, and the world, in an intergalactic showdown, while proving he’s more than a worn-out has-been who talk to her cat. Marvelous Europe
Physical editions to celebrate
To accompany the launch of No More Heroes III on new machines, the title also offers a physical release on consoles. The latter obviously includes a copy of the game, but also new illustrations made by one of the emblematic artists of the series, we named Yusuke Kozaki.
In the box, we can actually see the presence of a double-poster which pays direct homage to the famous manga Akira, but also of three colorful artistic cards representing our friend Travis from every angle. The whole thing, also available from October 14, is sold at €59.99.
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