GameSpot’s Eddie Makuch stopped the presses with a breaking story from MomoCon 2019, the largest event in the southeast United States for fans of video games, animation, cosplay, comics and tabletop games. Legendary game designer Suda51 of Grasshopper Manufacture announced that Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will soon touch down on PlayStation 4 and PC. Makuch reported the news, shared by Suda51 during his MomoCon panel:
Travis Strikes Again, the No More Heroes spinoff that launched in January as an exclusive for Nintendo Switch, is headed to new platforms. The game is coming to PlayStation 4 and PC, game director Suda51 announced at the Momocon 2019 event in Atlanta this weekend. . . . Travis Strikes Again takes place seven years after the events of No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. In a plot that is suitably absurd, Travis Touchdown finds himself stuck in a haunted game video console called the Death Drive Mk-II. Alongside Badman, Travis must fight his way out of the Death Drive’s six different games hack-and-slash style.
MomoCon 2019 was the largest in the show’s history, with over 39,000 unique attendees filling the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Cosplayers, gamers, animation fans, and pop culture aficionados packed the halls for four days of events, including panels with Overwatch stars like Jonny Cruz and Carolina Ravassa and Red Dead Redemption II leads Roger Clark and Benjamin Byron Davis.