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My Hero Ultra Rumble Coming to PC and Consoles

Get ready to go Plus Ultra – Bandai Namco’s free-to-play battle royale My Hero Ultra Rumble is launching for PC and consoles.

Featuring eight teams made up of three players each (either of the hero or the villain variety), My Hero Ultra Rumble tasks players with utilizing each character’s unique Quirk to gain an edge in battle. Characters making their way to the game include fan favorites Ochaco Uraraka and Himiko Toga.

There are five different archetypes in all: Strike, Assault, Rapid, Technical, and Support. Those that gain experience and win rewards can then unlock new characters and additional customization options.

Learn more with the trailer below:

MY HERO ULTRA RUMBLE – Launch Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Note that My Hero Ultra Rumble will continually be updated each season to feature new elements that focus on additional characters and costumes.

Special login bonuses will be released between September 28 and October 24. Those that log in during this period can get themselves up to 14 special in-game items. Roll Tickets X10 pulls will be distributed on the first day as well.

Be sure to check out the official website to learn more.

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