‘My Hero Academia’ Battle Royale ‘Ultra Rumble’ will be available for free on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
The battle royale game “Ultra Rumble,” based on “My Hero Academia,” will be released on a variety of gaming platforms, including PlayStation 4 or PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
Battle Royale ‘Ultra Rumble’ in ‘My Hero Academia’
According to IGN, the massive Japanese gaming and entertainment company Bandai Namco has revealed that the popular anime and manga series “My Hero Academia” will get its own battle royale gaming title in the future.
According to Gematsu, the upcoming gaming title based on the massive Japanese anime will be called “My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble,” citing a scan of the first issue of the magazine Weekly Jump for 2022.
Furthermore, the game Bandai Namco is currently working on will be a free-to-play battle royale.
Despite the lack of details about the upcoming game, the magazine feature teased a bit of what to expect in “Ultra Rumble.”
According to GameRant’s news story, the magazine scan also stated that players of the game could “team up to win a 24-player rumble in multiplayer action.”
Furthermore, the photo from the “Ultra Rumble” magazine feature teased some aspects of the game, such as the possibility of three-person teams.
It also featured a screenshot of the game, which revealed a third-person shooter mode for Quirk of Bakugo’s grenade blasts.
Aside from that, snippets of the game revealed that a mini-map will be present, just like in any other battle royale game.
Photos of the All Might, Deku, Todoroki, and Bakugo appeared in the teaser for the upcoming gaming title, which could indicate that they will be playable characters in “Ultra Rumble.”
Not to mention that they were all depicted in the game’s screenshot.
Release Date for ‘My Hero Academia’ Battle Royale
The “Ultra Rumble” game is currently in development for the PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC, according to Bandai Namco’s announcement.
However, the Japanese gaming company has yet to announce a release date for its upcoming game as of this writing.
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Games from ‘My Hero Academia’
It’s worth noting that the upcoming battle royale game is not the first video game adaptation of the popular anime “My Hero Academia.”
It has already released two fighters and a.
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