Octopath Traveller was recently revealed to be leaving its Switch exclusivity to be released on Steam, and following this trend is another Switch exclusive getting ready to move on. Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, originally released for the Switch in January, is set to make the jump to the PlayStation 4 and PC sometime in the future according to the game’s creator, Goichi ‘Suda51’ Suda. Appearing at a panel at MomoCon 2019, Suda made the announcement, but it is also unknown whether the upcoming PC and PlayStation 4 versions will include the existing additional content.

The game’s publisher Grasshopper took to Twitter to reiterate the information, only stating that further details will come in the future:

Beyond the announcement of the Travis Strikes Again port, Suda also teased that he would “maybe” have an announcement to share at E3 in June. This goes back to March when Siliconera asked Suda about the ending to Travis Strikes Again, where he responded that hoped to have “something cool to announce” around the time of this year’s E3.

It is worth noting that with E3 less than a month away, this could have been alluding to the port, but it could also be related to the mainline No More Heroes series. We will have to wait and see what happens at E3.