A sequel to the 2018 brawler, My Hero: One’s Justice has officially been announced and will be headed to PlayStation 4 and PC exclusively when it launches.
Whether or not you enjoy fighting games, you can’t help but appreciate the My Hero Academia series whether-or-not anime is something you enjoy. It’s fun, it’s witty, and the character designs are just down-right astonishing. It’s an east-meets-west superhero take, one where anyone and everyone can be the hero or the villain, depending on if they have the gusto to do so
Byking is returning to head the development of the upcoming title, only giving us a glimpse of what to expect. Currently, the trailer is just that, a teaser, and it’s preparing us for even more when Bandai Namco takes to the stages during New York Comic Con later this week.
If you haven’t, it’s probably time you pick up the original title, which we reviewed last year, in preparation for the upcoming sequel. The sequel looks to be adding in characters from seasons 3-4, giving us even more heroes and even more villains to enjoy such as the new arch-villian Overhaul, who we have yet to really see in action just as of yet.
If you haven’t watched the show, you can do so through Crunchyroll today free of charge. My Hero One’s Justice 2 is set to launch sometime in 2020, which we can only hope will be before or after Season 4 finishes airing.
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