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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Coming to Steam and PS4

Big news from MARVELOUS! as the company unveiled Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be coming to Steam for PC and PS4 in 2019. The announcement was made during Momocon at the Travis Strikes Again panel, which you can watch at that link on Twitch. The details of the release were very sketchy beyond the initial announcement. They gave no official release date beyond the idea it would be out this year, no price points for either version (as we assume it might be close to the Switch version), and no word as to whether or not any of the DLC packs would be included with the game. We're guessing they will be since that's usually how it goes with later releases as you want to catch everyone up. But hey, you never know.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Coming to Steam and PS4

As for what won't be in the game, don't count on any of the Nintendo-exclusive gear you can pick up along the way as we're sure it will get replaced with generic content, console-specific stuff, or just more branding for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Also, those joy-con mechanics are out the window, so be ready to see how they decide to replace the awesomeness of recharging you beam katana with the motion controls.

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