‘My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble’ Releases Free Battle Royale Game: Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, Steam
The popular manga and anime franchise “My Hero Academia” will have a new spin-off in the form of a new free-to-play battle royale video game, as revealed by Bandai Namco.
“My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble” is the name of the new video game, or at least it seems to be until an official announcement in English is made, and it will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam at some point in the future.
According to what’s been revealed about the game so far via ComicBook, “My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble” will pit eight three-player teams against each other for a total of 24 players in each battle.
MHA Ultra Rumble beta test
Midoriya, Bakugo, Todoroki, Asui, Uraraka, All Might, Cementoss, Mt. Lady, Shigaraki, Dabi, Toga, and Mr. Compress are among the 12 villains and characters who will be tested and participate in a restricted beta test for the PlayStation 4 version game in Japan in early February.
However, according to the official website, when the video game is officially released, players can expect more playable characters to be available.
According to HITC, “My Hero Academia” fans residing in Japan cannot register for the Ultra Rumble Battle Royale closed beta test.
The gameplay trailer for the game has been revealed and it looks fantastic.
On the surface, it’s a 24-player battle royale that most people will equate with “Fortnite,” but it also has some exciting superhuman skills to go along with the series’ superhero theme.
As reiterated, when it is finally released, the game will be free for all players around the world.
My Hero Academia release date
There has been no official and confirmed date for the public release of the game for everyone to enjoy.
However, the Battle Royale game will be released on February 2 as a beta test.
This restricted “MHA” demo will last until February 6th.
The game will be playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch once released.
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About Battle Royale Game ‘MHA’
“My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble” is a battle royale-style action game that pits eight teams of three against each other in a sprawling arena to see who reigns supreme.
The battlefield is based on the USJ (Unforeseen Simulation Joint), a large facility used by the US military, designed to prepare future heroes in various settings.
Teams will search the field for goods and equipment to help them improve their “Alter” superpowers.
Silicone Era said the Level 4 Ice Wall is much larger and more durable than a Level 1 Wall, as seen in Shoto Todoroki’s example.
This means that Quirks become more powerful based on collected items.
With this, to ensure that they have the best upgrades that their respective characters can use, players are allowed to trade their items with each other.
MHA Ultra Rumble Trailer and Characters
The clip also indicated that some characters from “My Hero Academia” would appear in “Ultra Rumble.”
Shoto Todoroki, Katsuki Bakugo, and Izuku Midoriya are all heavily featured. Tsuyu Asui and Ochako Uraraka, their classmates, are also present.
All Might, Cementoss, and Mt. Lady all show off their abilities in Pro Heroes, with Mt. Lady being able to use her size-shifting ability to transform into a gigantic one.
The League of Villains are represented by Himiko Toga, Mister Compress, Dabi, and Tomura Shigaraki, all of whom are playable antagonists.
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