In the latest issue of Weekly Jump, Bandai Namco announced a sequel to My Hero Academia One’s Justice. The game will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch.
According to the information seen in the magazine, the website for the game can be found here, but it has yet to go live yet. Right now it only gives users a “Forbidden” message that they cannot access the server yet. (Related: Deku and Bakugo Are Front and Center in New Poster for My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising – Hawks Makes An Appearance)
If you want some more information about the game their go to Twitter handle is @heroaca_oj. That Twitter handle was also provided by the magazine as the place to go for social media updates on the game.
So what is different in My Hero Academia One’s Justice 2 compared to the first game?
Gematsu reports the new game will add in a number of new characters and specifically characters that will appear in the upcoming fourth season of the anime. They note that Kai Chisaki, who uses the Overhaul Quirk, will be in the game. (Related: Report: New Heroes Coming to My Hero Academia Season 4)
The original game included the following characters:
- All For One
- All Might
- Denki Kaminari
- Eijiro Kirishima
- Fumikage Tokoyami
- Gran Torino
- Himiko Toga
- Inasa Yoarashi
- Izuku Midoriya
- Izuku Midoriya with One For All: Full Cowl
- Katsuki Bakugo
- Kyoka Jiro
- Momo Yaoyorozu
- Ochaco Uraraka
- Shota Aizawa
- Tenya Iida
- Tomura Shigaraki
- Tsuyu Asui
The Quirk abilities are also expected to be upgraded, but details on what exactly will be upgraded and/or changed have yet to be released.
The original My Hero’s One Justice was a brawl style fighter game which featured some of the already iconic My Hero Academia characters taking each other one each with their individual Quirks.
That entry was released in October 2018 in North America.