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My Hero One’s Justice 2 Character Trailer

Fight for your right, for aca-de-mia!

My Hero One's Justice 2 villains trailer

My Hero One’s Justice, or My Hero Academia: One’s Justice the popular anime, earned a new legion of fans when it was released back in 2018 on consoles and the ‘puter. In essence, it’s a similar franchise to the Dragonball Z series, pitting good versus evil in a ball-busting fighting arena. Later this month, My Hero One’s Justice 2 is released on the same platforms.

In continuation of the previous chapter, My Hero One’s Justice 2 builds upon its existing character roster to unveil a new line of baddies. Fans familiar with the series will be pleased to know that the latest editions include the following:

  • Kai Chisaki
  • Tomura Shigarkai (another version)
  • Mr Compress and Twice from the League of Villains

To see them in action, check out the trailer below:

As per the previous release, My Hero One’s Justice 2 will feature on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and the Xbox on the 13th March 2020. No mention on the PC release just yet, however. My Hero One’s Justice 2 is currently available for pre-order. If you opt for the Collector’s Edition, you’ll get an extra playable character, Nomu and early access to Izuku Midoriya (Full Cowling 100%) and Kai Chisaki (Ver. 2). Those with the My Hero One’s Justice save data can unlock Izuku Midoriya’s special customisation item.

My Hero One’s Justice 2, from Bandai Namco, is out on the 13th March 2020 and will contend with another anime beat ’em up, One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, out now on the PS4.

My Hero One's Justice 2 - Pinch punch
Pinch, punch, first of the month. Source: PR.

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