XSEED Assures Fans That No More Heroes 1 & 2 Steam Port Fixes Are in the Works; Effort Brought to Address Issues In-House

Publisher XSEED Games has announced via a Steam blog post that they are currently at work improving the Steam ports of No More Heroes 1 and No More Heroes 2 in-house.

The full message reads as follows:

“We wanted to provide an update on the Steam versions of No More Heroes 1 + 2.

We are very much aware of the issues affecting this title since launch, and after over a year of trying to develop patches, we can report that we have brought the effort to address these issues in-house. This has delayed things and we apologize for the lack of communication up until this point, but rest assured that we will provide further information as soon as we are confident that we have patches in releasable shape.”

For those unaware, these ports suffer from various issues, such as constant crashing and non-functioning achievements. Plus, there are even accounts of some side content not being completable. The second game’s port seems worse than the first, but they both clearly need adjustments.

No More Heroes 5

In case you missed it, check out our review of No More Heroes 3.

No More Heroes 3 takes place nine years after the events of No More Heroes 2 and two years after Travis Strikes’ events. Players will find out that Damon is now the CEO of the urban renewal company Utopinia, which utilizes alien technology.

Well, a huge spaceship has just appeared, led by FU and a group of eight other aliens. It ends up not being the reunion that Damon expects as FU and his alien force decided to use the disguise of superheroes to cause trouble. It’s now up to Travis Touchdown to stop the group, even though they are hailed as heroes.

The title is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC in North America, and on October 14, 2022, in Europe.

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