In a new video posted by Bandai Namco, Game Producer Aoba Miyazaki gives a short interview about their upcoming game My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.
In the video, Miyazaki-san speaks about the troubles that the team has faced when trying to work on the game on four different platforms at once, PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC. Even though this is difficult for the team, Miyazaki-san states that the want to do it “in order to deliver this game to as many My Hero Academia fans as possible”.
Furthermore, she goes into detail about the lore and setting of the series by speaking about its Weekly Jump issues as well as the anime series entering its third confirmed season. Additionally, Miyazaki-san closes out her interview by talking about the gameplay and the meaning behind the Japanese subtitle for the game: One’s Justice saying that the team wanted to “express the fact that each and every character that appear[s] in My Hero Academia, have their own hopes, believes, and justice”.
My Hero Academia: One’s Justice will release physically on PlayStation 4 and Switch, and digitally on Xbox One and PC.
In case you missed it, check out the game’s first english trailer released earlier this month.
You can watch the full interview with Miyazaki-san below: