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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is headed to the PS4

The previously Nintendo Switch exclusive, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, is now set to hit PlayStation 4 this Fall. Travis Touchdown and all of his shenanigans will be coming via digital Complete Edition on October 17, according to publishers Marvelous Inc and Xseed Games.

Pre-ordering Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition on the PlayStation Store ($40) will get you the game, as well as two DLC packs. PS Plus members will get an additional 10% off for pre-ordering.

The first pack is the Black Dandelion, which adds Shinobu Jacobs as a playable character, two Shinobu skins, as well as six Badman adventure mode chapters. The second pack, Bubblegum Fatale, will add Bad Girl as a playable character, two Bad Girl skins, a new Killer Marathon stage, and one Travis adventure mode chapter.

There will also be plenty of additional in-game outfits that come with the pre-order. To gain access to either packs, you must have finished the main story at least once.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes takes place seven years after No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle, and Travis Touchdown teams up with Badman in an arcadey, top-down hack-n-slash experience. It is definitely different from other games in the series, but also retains plenty of features that are synonymous with the franchise.

During E3 2019, game director Suda51 unveiled No More Heroes III, with no release date in mind. It is likely to be a Nintendo Switch exclusive at launch.

Jake Su
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