How Long Story Mode Is and How Many Missions There Are in My Hero One’s Justice
My Hero One’s Justice brings the popular superhero manga and anime to the realm of video games. The arena brawler lets you choose from fan-favorite and villains, while teaming up with others as sidekicks. From Tokoyami and All Might, to All For One and Dabi there are plenty of characters to choose from. Of course, there’s a load of content to dig into as well, including a story mode. My Hero One’s Justice’s story mode retells certain events from the anime while adding in a few very brief original battles. Here’s how long story mode is and how many missions there are in My Hero One’s Justice.
How Long Story Mode Is
The story mode of My Hero One’s Justice picks up at Deku’s training with Gran Torino, and covers the events up to All Mights battle with All For One. You’ll first play through the hero’s perspective, then the villain’s, and then swap back to the heroes for another small segment. Story mode has a grand total of 83 chapters. Most of these chapters involve a battle, but there are quite a few that are just story scenes to move things along. Each chapter is relatively quick, at maybe around five minutes. In total the Story Mode of My Hero One’s Justice should take you roughly 3-5 hours to complete.
Of course, you can go back and replay any story chapter at any time, if you want to try and get an S-Rank and unlock any customization items you may not have gotten the first time around.
What to Do After
After clearing Story Mode there’s still plenty for you to do in My Hero One’s Justice. You can, of course, play any number of matches in local play or online against other people. The game’s Missions Mode is probably the best thing to do, however, as this mode has you making your way through maps that have special battles as missions. You’ll choose a party to bring into each map, and most missions have some kind of restriction or special rule, like your opponent’s health recharging or normal attacks doing reduced damage. There are six different missions maps to make your way through, adding at least a few more hours of playtime on. The day-one update for the game also adds on Arcade Mode, letting you play through a ladder-tournament with each character, fighting NPCs of increasing difficulty. Clearly, there’s still a lot to do.
That’s everything you need to know about how long story mode is in My Hero One’s Justice. For even more tips and guides on My Hero One’s Justice, make sure to search Twinfinite. You can also check out our official review of the game, and feel free to ask any other questions you might have down in the comments below.