No More Heroes 3 is an action-adventure video game developed and published by Grasshopper Manufacture for the Nintendo Switch.

No More Heroes 3 is an action-packed game and isn’t just defined by the excellent story writing of the game but the action which takes this game to the next level. After the successful launch of No More Heroes 3 on Nintendo, it was later released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Playstation 4 / 5, and PC on October 11.

Unfortunately, there is bad news for PC gamers because it has been revealed that the PC version of the game is a direct switch port with no graphical improvement in comparison with next-Gen Consoles.

Muteki handled all the console releases of No More Heroes 3, but another development studio Bee Tribe dealt with the PC version. A Twitter account by GhoulPerez shared all the information in his tweets.

The PlayStation 5 version got so many graphic improvements, but the PC version is the same as the Nintendo version and isn’t very pleasant.

The details are apparent in the comparison; the draw distance and the graphics in the PC version are very poor, the lightning is broken in many places, and some shadows are entirely missing. 

The fans are furious about this poor port on PC, and they are now demanding an improved version of the game on social media platforms.

Do you think that publisher Grasshopper Manufacture will do something about this port with poor efforts? Let us know what you think in the comments section.

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Avinash Jaisrani
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