Combat titles and smartphone RPGs are among the many video games based on the My Hero Academia series that have previously been produced. It is Academia’s first attempt at a battle royale, putting Deku as well as All Might versus Fortnite’s ferocious onslaught in My Hero Ultra Rumble. Facing such formidable opposition, will My Hero Academia be able to hold its own?
Will Boast a TPP Perspective
It’s tough to determine based on the released teaser. My Hero Ultra Rumble also has a third-person over-the-shoulder perspective, so there’s a fair amount of overlap between the two titles. From there, the plot takes a turn as folks rely on their individual eccentricities rather than a massive assortment of firearms and explosives.
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To sling himself around like Spider-Man, Deku relies on tremendous punches as well as his Blackwhip talent, whereas Bakugo’s exploding perspiration transforms into a variety of diverse distant and AOE assaults.
It looks like there will be a slew of villains from My Hero Academia in My Hero Ultra Rumble. Class 1A members Todoroki, Uraraka, and Asui, as well as UA instructors All Might and Cementoss, are seen in the video. Shigaraki, Toga, and Dabi are all shown in the video exhibiting their eccentricities with wild enthusiasm, as are many other baddies.
The first iteration of My Hero Ultra Rumble would allow for a maximum of 24 participants on a shared battlefield, divided into 8 groups of three. According to the game’s main website, every hero would be classified as either an Assault, Support, or Disruption type, and it would be up to the three players to put up a squad that is well-balanced.
Gamers can also join up for the PlayStation 4 beta tryout on the main website. It would be released for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam, and Nintendo Switch.