My Hero Academia: One’s Justice Reveals New Characters With 1080p Screenshots

Bandai Namco revealed three new characters of My Hero Academia: One’s Justice, Shoto Todoroki, Ochaco Uraraka, and Tenya Iida.

on February 19, 2018 4:35 AM

Today Bandai Namco revealed three new characters for its upcoming anime-inspired game My Hero Academia: One’s Justice.

The new entries in the cast begin with Shoto Todoroki, son of Endeavor and second-strongest hero in the world. He is a genius student, able to master two quirks, his mother’s ice and his father’s fire. He has always been under pressure due to his family, and he is determined to forge his own path with his own hands.

The second new character is Ochaco Uraraka. Among Deku’s best friends, she’s quite hyper, always looking for a way to inspire others. She wants to become a heroine to offer a better life to her parents. Her quirk gives her the power to control gravity.

The third is Tenya Iida, who uses his super-speed to be always the first to rescue people in danger. He is class 1A’s representative, and he is always thinking about his classmates’ safety. His older brother has always inspired him to become a hero.

You can check out the gallery below. If you want to see more of My Hero Academia: One’s Justice, you can enjoy more screenshots showcasing All Might, another gallery of screenshots from the original announcement of the localization, the reveal of the first gameplay alongside Katsuki Bakugo as a playable character, and a recent trailer.

My Hero Academia: One’s Justice will launch in the west in 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

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