My Hero Academia Ultra Impact Video Game Announced


Home to many world-class super-hit videogames, Bandai Namco Entertainment has treated another feast to anime fans. Bandai Namco Entertainment revealed a whole new mobile video game for the popular anime franchise My Hero Academia.


Reports suggest that the game will follow the same story from manga and anime and will try to retell it with exciting action game sequences alongside the story as it will feature 3 on 3 battles. The game, My Hero Academia Ultra Impact, will also feature special abilities and illustrations that the players will be able to unlock by winning over the opponents’ teams to build up a ‘Hero Base’ in the game. Although no final look of the gameplay has yet been revealed or announced yet, some character models and menu illustrations have been shown for the fans to create some early buzz.

My Hero Academia Ultra Impact is expected to release in the latter half of next year for iOS and Android. It is not sure if the game will release in other parts of the world yet but following the popularity of the franchise, it is highly likely for its release in the USA and other countries as well. However, a close beta test is set to be held in Japan between November 6th and 9th.


Source: My Hero Academia Ultra Impact Official Website

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