The popularity of the My Hero Academia anime series is on the rise and Bandai Namco is tapping into the excitement with a fighting game tie-in called My Hero One's Justice. Today, Bandai Namco revealed that players will be able to get their hands on the game on October 26,
Gran Torino has the quirk "Jet" which allows him to bounce around the battlefield at incredible speeds. He also trained the lead character Izuku Midoriya aka Deku. Muscular, one of the League of Villains' vanguard action squad members, is also bringing his physical enhancements to My Hero One's Justice.
Endeavor is another major hero being added to My Hero One's Justice, but you'll have to pre-order to get access to him and his "Hellflame" quirk. He's the #2 hero behind All Might and father to one of the other already-revealed characters, Shoto Todoroki.
I got brief hands-on time with My Hero One's Justice during E3 2018 and came away cautiously optimistic. The movement speed felt a bit slow at first, but this allowed the power sets of the different characters to be accentuated in a more drastic fashion. The abilities are expectedly flashy as well and the final product should be a treat for fans of the many characters. Look out for more character reveals and updates as we get closer to My Hero One's Justice October 26 release date on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.