My Hero One’s Justice 2 Superhero Lands On March 2020

My Hero One's Justice 2

My Hero One’s Justice 2 is bringing a righteous fury to Console and PC platforms on 13 March 2020 and there’s a new adventure in tow.

Bringing new characters, a new story mode and a host of other new features, the anime adaptation from Bandai Namco is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch. Picking up from the final moments of the previous My Hero Academia title, this sequel kicks off during a battle between the series heavyweights All Might and All For One. Players taking the controls will strive on and play through the fourth season of the anime following a range of heroes they might recognize from the anime series.

More Of The Same?

Fans of My Hero Academia will also note the addition of Sir Nighteye, a former sidekick to All Might and the leader of the Nightmare Agency. Even more intriguing is the character’s addition as a playable character. With the power to foresee his opponent’s moves, Sir Nighteye’s Foresight quirk allows him to anticipate the future, making him a formidable opponent in battle. Alongside the new story and characters, My Hero’s one Justice 2 includes the Side Kick Plus Ultra feature. This change allows sidekicks to engage with their Plus Ultra attack during battle. The effect should mean that team composition is even more crucial when picking extra bodies for battle.

We first caught wind of My Hero One’s Justice 2 back in October when publisher Bandai Namco announced the title. This is the second adaptation for the smash hit anime series that follows a class of young heroes. These superpowered individuals inherit quirks, a very particular type of superpowered and must learn to utilize them while dealing with super high school life. The game already includes a host of characters from the fourth season of the anime, including Nejire Hado and Tamaki Amajiki and the first game caused a bit of a riot. We’re looking forward to seeing what the second in the series can do. Check out more about My Hero One’s Justice 2 over on the official website now.

 

 

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