Bandai Namco will target the battle royales free and will do it with a game based on the license My Hero Academia, according to the latest issue of Weekly Jump magazine. Is about My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble to come to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.
Little else is known about this project than offering combat with multiplayer action for 24 players that will control characters of My Hero Academia. A closed beta is planned that players will be able to sign up for from the official page when available. There is no mention of its release date but the existence of this test indicates that it will not take long to see its launch.
Kōhei Horikoshi’s manga began in 2014 and follows in the footsteps of Izuku Midoriy, a young man without superpowers in a world where people with extraordinary abilities are very common. Despite this, Izuku wants to become a superhero and is chosen by All Might, Japan’s greatest superhero, as his successor. Thus entering a prestigious school for talented young people. Global success came with the Bones anime and there are even plans for a live-action movie produced by Legendary Entertainment.
We have already seen several My Hero Academia games
In 2015 it was launched My Hero Academia: Battle for All for Nintendo 3DS, although in the West we will sound more My Hero: One’s Justice, released on consoles and PC in 2018; It was a 3D fighting game that had a sequel in 2020, My Hero: One’s Justice 2. On mobile he arrived almost a year ago My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero.
Bandai Namco has another licensed online multiplayer oriented game for manga: Dragon Ball: The Breakers, although in this case it is an asymmetrical title in which a player controls a villain of Dragon Ball and the rest will be survivors, heavily inspired by Dead by Daylight.