Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes ‘Day 7 Patch’ now available

A familiar face makes an opening movie appearance.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Grasshopper Manufacture has released the “Day 7 Patch” for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, which includes a new opening movie with a cameo from Killer7 protagonist Dan Smith.

Here is the full announcement:

In-Game Collaboration with Killer7 Character Dan Smith

Dan Smith, the character appearing in the game Killer7, which was released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2005 and then to Steam in November of last year, makes an appearance in the Travis Strikes Again opening movie. Returning to the game to voice the character 15 years after the release of the GameCube original is none other than Michael Gough. Dan Smith shows up to pay a visit to Bad Man, who is plotting his revenge on main character Travis Touchdown for Travis’s murder of his daughter. What could Smith’s true intentions be? This exciting new opening movie is included in the Day 7 patch, released today, January 25—seven days after the reelase of Travis Strikes Again.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is now available for Switch.

View a set of screenshots from the opening movie at the gallery.

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