It looks like No More Heros and No More Heroes 2 will be released on PC soon.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (hereinafter referred to as ESRB) has been rated No more heroes with No More Heroes 2: Struggling desperately For PC.
Goichi Suda (commonly known as Suda51) led the development of the action game, which was released on the Wii in 2007 and 2010 respectively. This game was launched again on Nintendo Switch in October 2020, and now it seems that they are also heading to PC.
As Gematsu pointed out, the weekend “Endless Heroes” and “Endless Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle” were both rated as PC versions.
There is no release date for both titles, but under normal circumstances, we will rate the game through ERSB release within a few weeks (or up to a few months) after receiving the rating.
Suda51 had previously lamented the trouble of porting classic games to Nintendo Switch, while other platforms boiled down to the rights of the publisher-hopefully this problem can be solved now.
Back in September, Suda51 announced that No More Heroes 3 had been postponed due to the impact of Covid-19 on development.
Shortcomings? Switch games have entered 2021. good news? The team brought in comic illustrator Darick W. Robertson (you may know from “Boys”) to create some original illustrations.
“No More Heroes 3” takes place ten years after the original title… you may be able to enjoy it on PC soon.