No More Heroes: Travis Strikes Again is landing on Nintendo Switch, as announced today at PAX West during Nintendo’s Nindies presentation. Suda51 previously hinted at the title during the Nintendo Switch presentation earlier this year, but this is the first time we’ve gotten a look at the game. It’s being developed with Epic Games’ Unreal Engine and Travis has never looked better. The art style is both charming and comic-book like, giving the game a unique feel that sets it a part from its contemporaries (in classic Nintendo fashion, by the way.) The previous two games came out for the Nintendo Wii, and given the huge success of the Switch, it’s only fitting that the title is coming out on Nintendo’s latest hit console. This could be a real sleeper for the Switch and oozes with potential.

Look for Travis to touch down on the Nintendo Switch in 2018. This is just one more exclusive that Nintendo is adding to its repertoire, and given the sheer amount of quality content that’s coming out for the console, we could see Nintendo dominate the industry once again in the years to come. See how much having a consistent release schedule of high-quality games helps?

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