consoles Nintendo Switch, XSEED Games will port No More Heroes 3 to PlayStation 4 and 5 (PS4, PS5), Xbox One, Series X S XSX, and PC

No More Heroes 3 has had a home on the Nintendo Switch since August of last year. In fact, all of Travis Touchdown’s adventures are available to play on the hybrid console, including the spin-off title. However, NMH3 is not without its issues. Long load times, frame rate issues, and collision detection are just some of the problems plaguing the game. These complications may soon be alleviated, though. XSEED Games has announced it will port No More Heroes 3 to PlayStation 4 (PS4), PlayStation 5 (PS5), Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, and PC this fall.

Here is XSEED Games’ official announcement via Twitter:

Though these images are not final, these are some cool physical editions of No More Heroes 3. There is a fancy collector’s box to house the discs, Santa Destroy license plate, art book, and CD full of tunes. The CD is especially impressive, since it features enemies from the game and pays homage to Akira.

I might have to double dip on this. Having a more stable gameplay experience with No More Heroes 3 is quite tempting. Although, some of the magic might be lost with these ports. Doing side missions and finishing off enemies with the Joy-Con is part of the charm of Suda 51’s series.

Stay tuned for a firm release date of the No More Heroes 3 port to PS4, PS5, Xbox, and PC.


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