No More Heroes 3 will come to PC, Xbox Series X/S, PS5, Xbox One, and PS4 on October 11 – ending what will be over a year of Nintendo Switch exclusivity.

The over-the-top action game arrived for Switch in August last year. In our 6/10 review, we praised its more bizarre elements, but called out its frequent poor performance – these new versions thankfully promise “improved HD visuals and framerates, along with faster loading times,” which will hopefully alleviate those issues.

The PS5, PS4, and Xbox versions of the game will also be released as a $59.99 USD physical edition, including “a copy of No More Heroes 3, a 5.3”x7.3” softcover art book with more than 70 pages of gorgeous artwork, a CD featuring 22 full songs from the soundtrack, and a 7”x4” Santa Destroy commemorative biker license plate, with two different, all-new illustrations for both the game case and custom outer box done by series artist Yusuke Kozaki.”

The newest installment expands on the story of “otaku hero” Travis Touchdown, who defends Earth against Prince Fu (and climbs his way to the top of the Galactic Superhero Rankings) by way of hack-and-slash combat, open world exploration and minigames (including mowing the lawn).

The series began in 2007, but creator Suda51 has declared No More Heroes 3 the end of Travis Touchdown’s story.

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