My Hero One’s Justice’s latest trailer covers a lot of ground, showcasing more characters and combat. story mode, mission mode, and customization alongside some spoilers for the anime, so watch out if you’re not all caught up.
All the characters have different abilities based on their quirks (just like in the manga and anime), stages are destructible, and you can also bring in sidekicks with you into each battle. The story mode looks like it will follow My Hero Academia’s familiar story letting players experience the most noteworthy fights. It will also, apparently, show both sides of the conflict. Mission mode will let you earn coins and rewards to unlock customization options. And finally, Endeavor, the number two hero, will be available to those who pre-order the game.
I had a chance to play My Hero One’s Justice at E3, and it was… underwhelming. But I am still interesting in checking out the full game when it releases on PS4, Xbox One, and Switch on October 26.