Grasshopper Manufacture has revealed some more indie-themed t-shirts for upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes.
A few more details regarding Suda 51’s Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes have started to filter through in advance of its release in January.
First up is news of a potential physical edition, with the game receiving an Amazon listing in the US. Its product description also indicates the game will have a season pass for future downloadable content.
Having played Travis Strikes Again at various expos over the past year, we’re unsure if more content is actually something to look forward to, but good luck to them.
Also included in the game are a range of collectible t-shirts that have been designed by indie developers who have released games on the Nintendo Switch.
In a tweet from developer Grasshopper Manufacture, a new crop of shirts has been unveiled that feature designs from games including Bit.Trip Runner, Brawlout, Dandara, De Mambo, Earth Atlantis, Floor Kids, Golf Story, and Hollow Knight.
They all look pretty nice. Let’s hope they don’t act as a reminder of the games we could be playing instead of Travis Strikes Again.
Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is due for release on Nintendo Switch in January 2019.
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