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No More Heroes 3 Console Release Date Announced

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No More Heroes 3 Release Date

Grasshopper Manufacture and Marvelous Games announced the release date for No More Heroes 3 in Japan. Originally a Nintendo Switch launch exclusive, the game will release for other consoles on October 6, 2022. Specifically, the game will be available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. While a PC port was also announced, there is no word on a release date.

No More Heroes 3 launched in August 2021 for the Nintendo Switch. The game takes place after the previous games and follows Travis Touchdown as he fights against intergalactic villains using a beam katana. Special releases of the game included bonus items such as a shot glass and a t-shirt.

Notably, the Japanese release of the game adds Japanese voice acting that was not present at launch. Kazuya Nakai, who voiced Travis Touchdown in the game’s trailer, will reprise his role. Additionally, Grasshopper Manufacture lists a variety of A-list voice acting talents such as Kenjiro Tsuda and Yuki Kaji.

Furthermore, both current-gen console releases will support 4K resolution and 60FPS. Those who own the last-gen versions are also entitled to a free current-gen upgrade. The digital deluxe edition will come with a 22-track BGM soundtrack and a 70-page artbook. The same artbook is likely included in the previously announced release from XSeed Games.

You can check out the No More Heroes 3 multiplatform release date announcement trailer below:

The Japanese multiplatform release date for No More Heroes 3 is October 6, 2022. The game is currently available on Nintendo Switch and will release for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. There is no confirmation on a western release date.

Andrew Kiya
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