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    It wasn’t that long ago that Bandai Namco brought over My Hero One’s Justice to the U.S. market. And now, there appears to be more where that’s coming from.

    Today, the publisher announced that My Hero One’s Justice 2 will arrive for Steam on March 13, 2020. It will continue where the first game left off, with a revamped story mode, additional characters, and all-new features.

    What’s My Hero One’s Justice 2 all about?

    The game’s story mode will pick right up where the battle between All Might and All For One takes place. As this goes along, players will follow the events through season 4 of the My Hero Academia animated series.

    In addition to bringing back a number of key characters from the saga, several new faces will join the fray. This includes Sir Nighteye, who heads up the Nighteye Agency after working alongside All Might. With his quirk, Foresight, he’ll be able to detect his opponent’s moves from a mile away. This will enable him to counteract accordingly, reading their every intention. Even the strongest of villains likely won’t stand a chance against him – unless they’re skilled enough to throw him off.

    My Hero One’s Justice 2 will also introduce a new feature called SideKick Plus Ultra. With this, sidekicks can now enter the fray, being able to unleash Plus Ultra Attacks on enemies. That said, there needs to be some consideration with team selection. Every hit they land can make a difference in the heat of combat. So balance out those choices and find the best way to go.

    Along with a loaded roster (including favorites like Izuki Midoriya, Mina Ashido, and Minoru Mineta), the game will have stages taken straight from the anime. Those haven’t been revealed just yet, but we should learn more as we get closer to the game’s release.

    So if you liked My Hero One’s Justice when it first came around, you’ll love what the sequel has in store in just a few months! Check out the debut trailer below.

    Robert Workman
    Robert is a 20-plus year veteran in the video game industry, bringing his gaming and writing skills to the table. Plus he can probably take you in Tekken if he's having a good day.

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