It’s had more name changes than I’ve had hot dinners (and let me tell you, I’ve had a few), but now it seems like Bandai Namco are fully settled with My Hero One’s Justice. So much so in fact that they’ve seen fit to confirm a release date, drop new character details and deliver us some early pre-order goodies.

My Hero One’s Justice will be arriving on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC on October 26th 2018, delivering 3D arena fighting to the masses as it enables players to live through the anime, giving a chance to play through character-defining moments from the anime and game-exclusive original scenarios in Story Mode.

Even then though, once the Story is done and dusted, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the Villain Mode, letting you through things again, just this time from the villain’s perspective. It will be by completing these missions that players can unlock items for their characters, making them even more powerful – something you’ll no doubt want to do in order to prove a force online.

Should you wish to join the fight and want to put your money up early, then those who pre-order My Hero One’s Justice also receive “Flame Hero” Endeavor; the #2 Pro Hero, heated rival of All Might and father of Shoto Todoroki as a playable character.

But that’s not the only news we have today and Bandai have also confirmed two new characters!

  • MUSCULAR – Another villain joins the fight. Muscular’s game-changing Quirk, Muscle Augmentation, allows him to grow muscle fibres across his entire body conferring immense strength to him during the battle.
  • GRAN TORINO – Although retired, Gran Torino still brings fear to his enemies and students alike! Gran Torino is the mentor of All Might himself. His Quirk Jet makes him one of the fastest heroes alive, rolling back his many years to battle against the best of the best.

Will you be getting involved in My Hero One’s Justice when it arrives in October? Let us know down below!

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