My Hero Academia: One Justice Revealed for PS4 and Nintendo Switch

My Hero Academia: One Justice Revealed for PS4 and Nintendo Switch

The brand new My Hero Academia project has been revealed slightly earlier than expected, and we can expect a trailer fairly soon.

Revealed slightly earlier than expected, My Hero Academia: One Justice has been unveiled for both the PS4 and the Nintendo Switch, after a countdown website hinted at the project last week.

You might remember the mysterious countdown website for a new Bandai Namco game, which showed an egg in a microwave. We originally speculated that this could be a My Hero Academia-related game, given the reference to All Might's line from the hit anime show.

Although the countdown for the website was originally meant to end on December 4, the latest issue of Weekly Jump has revealed the project to be My Hero Academia: One Justice, releasing for both the PS4 and the Nintendo Switch at an unspecified point in the future.

We haven't managed to get our hands on the Weekly Jump issue that revealed the game, but we have managed to get a translation from Re: Zaregoto, a blog which first reported the news earlier today.

While we don't yet have a release date for My Hero Academia: One Justice, we do know that the first official trailer for the game will be shown off at Jump Festa 2018, which will run from December 15 to December 17, 2017.

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