Following the official announcement of One Punch Man: a Hero Nobody Knows, Bandai Namco followed up with a press release with plenty of assets.
We get to see the first screenshots of the game, the key artwork, and the official box art for all platforms.
On top of that, we also got a fact sheet announcing that the game will support up to two players and will come exclusively with Japanese voiceovers. Subtitles will be in English, Neutral Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and French.
The images showcase some of the popular characters from the manga and anime, including Saitama, Mumen Rider, Genos, Hellish Blizzard, and Speed-o’-Sound Sonic.
While One Punch Man: a Hero Nobody Knows is published by Bandai Namco, development is done by Spike Cunsoft, which also recently worked on Jump Force. As a fighting action game, this one doesn’t appear to be too different, including the 3 vs. 3 battles.
We’ll have to wait and see whether there will be relevant differences in gameplay. In the meanwhile, you can check out all the assets below.
One Punch Man: a Hero Nobody Knows doesn’t yet have a release window, but we know it’ll be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.