Bandai Namco the popular Japanese video game studio known for mobile games like Dragon Ball Legends and Tales of Crestoria has made their new game My Hero Ultra Impact available for Android and iOS. The game draws inspiration from the hit anime series My Hero Academia. In Japan, the game has already been released where it has been downloaded 3 million times as of now.
This time it is being released in English version to gain a larger footprint around the world. The developers have confirmed that the game will follow the freemium model.
My Hero Ultra Impact to feature 3v3 battles and a story mode
The game is an RPG (role-playing game) where players team up in a group of three with unique characters from their in-game inventory and they fight with a team of another three players. All the characters that can be chosen have unique abilities called Quirks. The game falls into the genre of gacha RPG where all the characters are not available in the beginning. The player must progress and unlock new characters along the way.
The story mode of the game contains the adventures of Izuku Midoriya where he must overcome obstacles and complete his quest. Fans of the anime will be in for a treat because many homages to classic scenes of the anime have been added to the game.
Pre-Registration started in January
The game was available for pre-registration from last month in most of the popular mobile game libraries including the App Store and Google Play Store. And now finally My Hero Ultra Impact is available on both Android and iOS.