My Hero Academia returns to video games with a project that will disappoint

My Hero Academia returns to video games with a project that will disappoint

In place of My Hero One’s Justice 3, My Hero Academia seals a new alliance to appear in a game.

My Hero Academia gives in to the sirens of battle royale

If Bandai Namco may end up releasing a My Hero One’s Justice 3, it is not yet on the agenda. The shonen of Kohei Horikoshi will instead invest in the Fortnite battle royale arena. After Naruto or Dragon Ball, My Hero Academia will land on December 16. How extensive will the collaboration be? Izuku Midoriya (Deku) should be there with his Detroit Smash attack. As for DBZ, we would go beyond the basic cosmetic partnership to integrate new gameplay mechanics related to the franchise.

The hugely popular Japanese license is no stranger to battle royale. This summer, Bandai Namco released the free to play My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble. A PS5, PS4 game, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC which offers 24-player battles in which three teams compete.

Choose your favorite character and go online with two other players to defeat the other seven teams. Participate in memorable fights: use your Quirk to the best, improve your power and use devastating skills. Help your allies, prepare your strategies and use the environment to your advantage. With good teamwork, you will be the champions!

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