New My Hero Academia PS4 / Nintendo Switch Game Screenshots Released

Jimmy 3x3 | 5 Views | 2017-12-06T16:25:25+00:00

Bandai Namco recently unveiled a new My Hero Academia game for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, titled My Hero Academia: One's Justice. While the publisher hasn't revealed many details about the title yet, it showed off a new batch of screenshots, giving fans their first look at the upcoming game.

Like most other titles based on anime and manga series, My Hero Academia: One's Justice is an action game. The new screenshots were shared on the game's official Japanese website (via Siliconera) and show off the main protagonist, Izuku Midoriya, as well as the mysterious villain Tomura Shigaraki. You can take a look at them below.

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My Hero Academia began as a manga series in Japan in 2014 and has been adapted into a popular anime. The story revolves around Izuki, who dreams of becoming a superhero despite being born without any Quirks--superpowers that nearly everyone else in the world possess. One other game based on the series, My Hero Academia: Battle for All, launched for 3DS last year, though thus far it has only been released in Japan.

Bandai Namco still hasn't announced a release date for My Hero Academia: One's Justice or whether it will come to the West, but the publisher says it will reveal more details about the upcoming title during the Jump Festa 2018 expo in Japan this month. The first trailer for One's Justice is slated to premiere at the expo on December 16.

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