An iconic Switch exclusive is coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X (and the date is near)
One of the most original Switch exclusives for Nintendo’s hybrid platform is also about to officially land on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S , having officially ended the period of temporal exclusivity.
No More Heroes 3 ( which you can buy at a discount on Amazon ) will therefore follow the example of its predecessors, officially becoming a cross- platform title after an initial launch on the Nintendo home console.
The final chapter of the Travis Touchdown trilogy was launched last year and demonstrated a unique and ingenious style , but as we told you in our review it was not enough to obscure its flaws.
With a new official trailer , which you can view yourself at the top of this article, publisher XSEED Games has confirmed that No More Heroes 3 will also be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC (via Steam) at starting from 11 October 2022 : the launch will therefore take place in less than three months.
As reported by PlayStation LifeStyle , the new version of the third chapter of the series will in effect represent the definitive edition of the title, given that thanks to the consoles it will be possible to access higher performances.
No More Heroes 3 on PC and console will in fact have access to higher frame rates , faster loading times and above all improved visuals : all aspects that will certainly please those who have not been able to play this iconic title on Switch.
The publisher has also announced a day one edition for the US market, which includes several gadgets such as artbook and soundtrack, as well as of course including the physical copy of the title: at the moment , however, it is not yet clear whether it will also be released in Europe .
The appointment with the latest adventure of Travis Touchdown, for those who are not naturally interested in the edition on Switch, is therefore set for next 11 October: no further additional content should be released in addition to technical and graphic improvements.
Meanwhile, Suda51 has already made his own casting for what would be a hypothetical No More Heroes film : a project that, fascinating as it may be, does not currently exist.
In this regard, in the past few weeks a surprise revival has arrived on which Suda51 has worked: Lollipop Chainsaw is returning with a remake , but the author has not been involved in the new project.