Travis Strikes Again DLC Season Pass Brings Back Two Former Bosses as Playable Characters

Travis Strikes Again DLC Season Pass Brings Back Two Former Bosses as Playable Characters

Two more heroes.

The newest Travis Touchdown No More Heroes adventure, Travis Strikes Again, is almost here and series creator Suda51 outlined the season pass that's coming alongside the game which sees two former No More Heroes bosses return as playable characters.

During a special livestream event in Japan Suda51 appeared and revealed a new trailer for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. He also promised a huge announcement which ended up being the details for a season pass. It will cost $9.99 on its own (or free if you pre-order physical copies of the game) and it will be released in two parts.

The first DLC Vol. 1 is called "Black Dandelion" and adds Shinobu Jacobs as a playable character. It will be released on February 28, 2019. The second DLC Vol. 2, titled "Bubblegum Fatale" adds Bad Girl as a playable character. It'll be interesting to see how that works since, spoilers, Travis kills her in a boss fight in the first No More Heroes game. The second DLC is scheduled to come out on April 30, 2019.

Along with the two DLCs the original voice actors for Shinobu and Bad Girl are set to return as well.

Suda51 is making something of a comeback it seems after re-releasing Killer7 on PC years after its original release on the GameCube and PS2. You can check out our interview with Suda51 here.

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