More battle royale action is on the way, but this time, with an anime spin. A new issue of Weekly Jump has announced My Hero Academia: Ultra Rumble, which is set to be a free-to-play third-person battle royale with 24 players, following recent industry trends. The two magazine pages show a handful of screenshots of the game, showing some of the main heroes and villains from the manga series. According to the Japanese text, Ultra Rumble is headed to Xbox One, Steam, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch, with no release window, and a closed beta test planned for the future.
A handful of My Hero Academia games have been released in the past few years, including the console titles My Hero One's Justice and its sequel, as well as various mobile gacha games.