Bandai Namco has released a lengthy new trailer for My Hero One’s Justice, detailing the game’s story mode and some of its myriad features. Just a warning before you watch it, however, there are some spoilers for the anime from recent episodes, so if you aren’t caught up proceed with caution. Of course, there’s also plenty of gameplay for characters like All Might, Stain, Muscular, Bakugo, Tokoyami, and more.
Interestingly, you can play the game from either the hero or villain’s point of view, with comic-book-like cutscenes highlighting the story while you play out the battles. There’s also a Mission Mode that lets you play out specific missions, rewarding you with accessories or Hero Coins in the process. If that isn’t enough, you can customize each of your heroes with unique outfits and items, then take the fight against other players online. Take a look at the full trailer down below, and here’s a quick overview via Bandai Namco.
“In Mission Mode, players will face a variety of different scenarios and challenging opponents competing under special rules for each. As they fight through and complete these challenges, they’ll be rewarded with new accessories and Hero Coins.
Hero Coins are the free in-game currency of My Hero One’s Justice. They can be used to customize characters in Online Mode, where players can form teams of heroes and villains and battle against the best players from around the world.
Also shown in the trailer are brand new screens from Story Mode, where fans can play through the anime story. Starting right after Izuku Midoriya begins training with Gran Torino, the story will feature some of the most exciting moments of the franchise remaining faithful to the original plot. Players will also be able to experience both sides of the story with Hero and Villain modes.”
My Hero One’s Justice launches on October 26 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. If you missed the last set of gameplay trailers for Gran Torino and Muscular, you can catch those here, and make sure to take a look at our hands-on impressions of the game from E3.