The popular My Hero Academia manga and anime will be a free-to-play video game in the battle royale genre.
Bandai Namco, the company that has handled several adaptations of the franchise, announced My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble in the latest issue of Weekly Jump magazine, according to Gematsu.
It will be released this year on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, and its battles can bring together up to 24 players.
The latest issue of Weekly Jump reveals. Bandai Namco has announced the free battle royale My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble for PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC (Steam)
Bandai Namco also plans to host a closed beta test. pic.twitter.com/V5TBvjpvYb
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My Hero Academia is the story, as the name suggests, of a youth academy with superheroes who have to overcome different challenges. If the premise catches the eye, you can see and Netflix.