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Free-To-Play Battle Royale My Hero Ultra Rumble Locks In Local Switch Release

A new free-to-play 24-player battle royale based on the My Hero Academia universe was revealed by Bandai Namco earlier this year

it will be available in Japan on the Nintendo Switch and a number of other platforms.

This weekend's Anime Expo has made it official that the game will be released in the west. Pre-registrations for the PlayStation 4 Closed Beta are now available

A new trailer has also been produced as part of this announcement, featuring gameplay as well as some cinematics.

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As you can see, every significant character from the series will be present, including Tsuyu "Froppy" Asui and heroes like All Might and Deku. 

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 In battle, heroes will choose from attack, support, or disruption classes, work in groups, and employ their "Quirks" to combat the enemy.

Bandai Namco confirmed a localization for My Hero Ultra Rumble along with the trainer

Although we are aware that the game will be released in both North America and Europe, we do not yet know when.

In the My Hero Ultra Rumble, a 24-player Battle Royale, you can play an attack, support, or disruption role while using your "Quirks" to combat. 

Make the most of your advantages while making up for the shortcomings of your teammates. Depending on his or her "Quirks," each character has radically different strengths.

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