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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be featuring a bunch of indie collaborations in the form of t-shirts. Hotline Miami, Hyper Light Drifter, and Shovel Knight are among the previous partnerships announced.

Today, the latest collaboration has been revealed. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will include a wearable Dead Cells tee. It’s unclear if the shirt will make any changes aside from an aesthetic one.

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Famitsu recently had a feature Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and shared some new information about the game. The Japanese magazine first covered the boss names. Aside from that, Famitsu shares details about the different types of worlds you’ll be entering and how they’ll play. Find the full translated scans below, courtesy of 3_21stars.

Suda51 has said that he’s thinking about bringing back classic characters for Travis Strikes Again, including dead ones. Speaking in an interview with Nintendo UK, he explained that in order to bring back the people Travis has killed, he would have to iron out “several things”.

Suda51 stated:

One of the major elements of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is the different game worlds you’ll travel to. Lately we’ve seen Electronic Thunder Tiger II from the recent playable demos. In an interview with Gematsu, director Suda51 outlined the other worlds that will be included.

Suda51 shared the following:

At PAX, GameXplain was able to chat with Suda51 about all things Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Suda51 weighed in on working with Switch, the game’s story and worlds, and more. You can watch the full interview below.

When Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes resurfaced last month, one of the things we heard is that the game will include an adventure mode. We now have a few details as to what that will entail.

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GameXplain has uploaded a video showing some off-screen footage of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes from PAX. Take a look below.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was shown off for the first time this month at GDC. But Grasshopper Manufacture will be back next week at PAX, and actually has a new build planned.

Famitsu got an early look at the latest demo version during a live stream this week. The footage, posted below, depicts new moves, new effects, improved environments and camera angles, new items, item placement, dialogue, and the second phase of the boss fight.

At GDC this week, GamesRadar caught up with Suda51 for an interview. Suda51 spoke about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, including DLC as well as the game’s top-down perspective and how that affects the feel of violence. He also weighed in on Switch being a home for indie titles.

We’ve posted some excerpts from the interview below. For the full discussion, head on over to GamesRadar.

A number of sites are coming forward with footage from Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. We’ve rounded up a couple of videos below.

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