The third installment of No More Heroes, one of the most popular video games is set to release on PC, PlayStation and Xbox on Tuesday (October 11). The series made its debut on Nintendo Wii in 2007 and has gained a huge following due to the game's humour and gaming approach.
The sequel of the first season arrived in 2010, and since then had been dormant until 2021, when No More Heroes 3 was released for Nintendo Switch. This release will be for the PCs and Xbox running Steam. This time around, the game will offer better frame rates and resolutions for enthusiasts.
Along with overcoming the shortcomings of the earlier version, No More Heroes will run at a smooth 4K 60fps. The physical copy of the game is available for pre-order through online platforms, and the producers Xseed Games have also thrown special collectibles for the fans. Below is the trailer of the game, which will have Japanese voice acting.
The game will witness Travis Touchdown, who will attempt to prevail in the assassins' leaderboard against the interplanetary contract killers, who are looking to conquer the entire planet. It will involve a big travel world and intense battles, following the fantastic legacy of the game. Day 1 edition of the No More Heroes 3 costs $59.99, while the paperback art book consists of 70 pages of illustrations.