Bandai Namco's upcoming 3D arena fighting game, My Hero One's Justice, will be coming out this October for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (via Steam).
Based on the Weekly Shonen Jump manga and anime franchise, My Hero One's Justice has players forming three-person squads made up of U.A. High students such as Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, and Tsuyu Asui. Squads can also include Pro Heroes, such as All Might and Eraserhead, as well as villains such as Stain, Dabi, and Himiko Toga, all fighting for their ideals in over-the-top, environment-destroying battles. Each squad consists of one primary fighter and up to two sidekicks, mirroring how Pro Hero teams are often structured in the anime.
During combat, fighters can call upon their sidekicks, as well as utilize their signature Quirks (the defining superpower of every hero and villain), to land explosive combination attacks to turn the tides of battle or finish off an opponent. As each character’s Quirk and support attack is unique, and can be executed on the ground, in the air, or even on buildings, My Hero One's Justice gives players the opportunity to “go beyond” just like in the manga.
In the game's story mode, players can experience the anime first-hand as they play through character-defining moments from the anime and from game-exclusive original scenarios. After clearing the story from the hero’s point-of-view, players unlock Villain Mode, where they will be able to play through the story from the villain’s perspective. By completing these missions, players can unlock items for their characters, making them even more powerful. Players can choose to play online and battle other players to hone their skills and become a worldwide hero.
My Hero One's Justice has not yet been rated by the ESRB.