Bandai Namco revealed My Hero Academia: One’s Justice for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan, with a release window not provided.
The game will follow the events of the popular anime and manga series My Hero Academia, which is written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi. In the series, humans have powers known as “Quirks”. However, not everyone has these powers, for example the main protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, who dreams of becoming a hero. After confronting a villain, Izuku obtains a Quirk known as “One For All” and enters a super hero school called U.A. High School.
The game will focus on fighting between characters and will also feature destructible stages. Coincidentally, this sounds similar to what we have seen from another licensed Bandai Namco title: The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britanni.
Additionally, the first gameplay reveal will debut during Jump Festa 2018, an event in Japan that begins on December 15 and ends on December 17.
Other than these small tidbits of information, we don’t know much about My Hero Academia: One’s, including if the game will come west. However, Bandai Namco has not been stingy about releasing past licensed games in the west, so it’s to be assumed that this game will also make its way over.