No More Heroes 3 launches on other platforms later this year with a new trailer featuring higher resolutions and smoother frame rates.
After a year of exclusivity on Nintendo Switch, No More Heroes 3 by Grasshopper Manufacture has received an official release date for other platforms. Released by Xseed Games in North America, No More Heroes 3 is coming to PC, PlayStation, and Xbox this October, and has also released a brand new trailer showcasing the game at framerate and resolution. higher resolution.
No More Heroes is one of Suda51’s oldest and most loved game series. The franchise got its first installment on the Nintendo Wii in 2007 and became an instant cult classic thanks to its brand of careless humor mixed with a chaotic gameplay style. Suda51’s action-adventure game went quiet after releasing its sequel in 2010 before receiving its final installment in 2021 with No More Heroes 3. In 2021, the franchise will also break. Nintendo’s monopoly by releasing the first two games and a spinoff game on all platforms. Thanks to yesterday’s announcement, Travis Touchdown fans won’t have to wait too long to complete their collection.
No More Heroes 3 launches on October 11 for all PlayStation and Xbox platforms and PC via Steam. The game will feature Japanese dub and break free of the Switch’s power limits with faster load times and crisp 4K cutscenes at 60 fps. Poor performance and long load times were major criticisms of the game when it launched for Switch last year. A new trailer for No More Heroes 3 comes with a release date announcement and showcases the game’s frenetic, ultra-violent gameplay at 60 fps.
Physical copies of No More Heroes 3 are currently up for order on multiple online retail platforms, and Xseed Games has rolled out some unique memorabilia for fans of the series. No More Heroes 3 Day 1 Edition includes a book of more than 70 pages of artwork, a CD with 22 songs from the original soundtrack, and a commemorative Santa Destroy license plate.
No More Heroes 3 is the final installment in the series, marking the end of Travis Touchdown’s quest to become the highest ranked superhero in the galaxy. Although criticized for a few gameplay elements that bogged down the overall game, No More Heroes has a remarkable legacy. Suda51, the director behind the series, later incorporated various genres of action and off-beat comedy from No More Heroes into Lollipop Chainsaw to great success. Furthermore, Lollipop Chainsaw will inspire James Gunn’s Suicide Squad reboot and has proven popular enough to warrant a full remake currently in development.
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