Pro-heroes and villains be prepared as it has been revealed that the legendary villain All for One will join the roster of My Hero One’s Justice as the latest character. A new special move is also revealed for all the characters, the EX Plus Ultra! The action-packed game, based on the famous franchise, is scheduled to be launched 26th October 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

All for One was once Japan’s most powerful villain and All Might’s arch-nemesis. He has remained outside of superheroes affairs for the past years, raising Shigaraki to become his successor. Players will be able to use his unfathomable power and recreate his epic battle against All Might that was seen only a few short episodes ago in the adored anime.

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As well as the arrival of All for One another feature of My Hero One’s Justice has been shown off: The EX Plus Ultra is the ultimate move in My Hero One’s Justice. By fully charging their energy gauges, the player will change the tide of the battle with the help of their sidekicks with a triple powerful attack! The potential for combinations with quirks is impressive. I’m thinking of a combo with Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki going down an absolute treat.

With the announcement of All for One, I wonder now is that it? Will there be any more heroes or villains? Only time will tell but with the anime recently introducing a bevy of new heroes with the new arc, there may be more quirks for players to mess around with. I’d personally be fascinated by the guy who can utilise vibrations to decimate his opponents.

My Hero One’s Justice will be launched on the 26th of October 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

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