My Hero Academia: One’s Justice Coming West in October; Gets New Trailer and Screenshots

My Hero Academia: One’s Justice, or My Hero One Justice how it's titled in the west, will release in North America and Europe in October 2018.

on June 12, 2018 10:21 AM

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment provided a release window for North America and Europe for its upcoming anime game My Hero One’s Justice, which despite the slightly western title, is actually a My Hero Academia game titled in Japan My Hero Academia: One’s Justice. 

First of all, the game will be released in October for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. For the moment, we don’t have a precise date, so “October” will have to do.

We get to see more gameplay, and quite a few screenshots showing the game’s customization menus and story mode. We also get more info on gameplay progression. Interestingly, once clearing the story from the point of view of the heroes, we’ll be able to play it again from the perspective of the villains. We can’t say that Bandai Namco isn’t pulling all the stops on this one.

“MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICEenables players to live the anime and gives them the chance to play through character-defining moments from the anime and from game-exclusive original scenarios in Story Mode. 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.”

You can check both the trailer and screenshots out below. If you want to see more, you can enjoy the recent reveal of two villains and another batch of screenshots from a few days ago.

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