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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

At PAX West 2018, GameXplain caught up with Suda51. The two sides chatted about the future of No More Heroes, DLC for Travis Strikes Again, and more. You can view the full interview below.

Yesterday, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes finally received its release date. After originally targeted for the end of 2018, we’ll be seeing the game at the start of 2019 instead.

Director Suda51 offered up his reasoning as to why Travis Strikes Again is now a 2019 title. In an interview with Destructoid, he pointed to Smash Bros.:

Grasshopper Manufacture finally gave a date to Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes this week. The game is just missing 2018, with a release planned for January 18.

The release date isn’t the only new for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Grasshopper Manufacture also provides an update on the indie t-shirt collaborations, specifically regarding Devolver Digital titles. Players will be able to wear a bunch of shirts based on the publisher’s games, of which the full lineup is as follows:

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will launch for Switch on January 18, Grasshopper Manufacture has announced. Originally, the goal was to have it out sometime this year.

GameSpot has a brand new look at Travis Strikes again with a fresh build and gameplay footage. Check out the video below.

The next indie collaboration has been revealed for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. In the game, players will be able to wear a Morphies Law t-shirt.

A number of other collaborations are planned for Travis Strikes Again. These include Shovel Knight, Hotline Miami, and Dead Cells.


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.


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:

Travis Strikes Again is quite a bit different from the original No More Heroes games. You’ll be entering the worlds / genres of a few different titles, including action, racing, and puzzle.

The origins of these different games are rather interesting. In an interview with SideQuesting, director Suda51 revealed that the team took inspiration from “several old projects that I had in mind that I made project documents about, but they never went anywhere.”

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:

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