My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble announced: it’s a new battle royale

Surprisingly Bandai Namco announced My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble, a battle royale free to play based on the manga and anime of the same name and which will land on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One (in backward compatibility with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S) and Nintendo Switch. At the moment we don’t know much about this new game, but let’s take a look at the information available to us.

My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble: what is it?

Among the certain information we find the fact that it will be a title free to play and that will support 24-player games, offering a classic gameplay da battle royale, at least according to what we read on the pages of Weekly Jump, the Japanese magazine where the announcement was made. Other than that not much is known about the production, neither is the development team that is doing it.

However, Bandai Namco has activated the official website of the title which, even if at the moment it is empty, refers to a future one testing sessions, following the example of what he experienced with the recent Dragon Ball The Breakers just last December. There is no news, however, regarding the start of this beta version of the title, probably scheduled for the next few months.

Good news, however, regarding the platforms on which this battle royale will arrive, which include the PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 e Xbox One, of course with backward compatibility support with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. There is no news instead regarding the possible support for the cross platform, but it is likely that there will be.

Although a launch window has not been mentioned, it is realistic to imagine that My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble will arrive by 2022. The hope is to know more soon, as it is certainly an interesting project for all fans of the series.