Bandai Namco has announced today that they’ll be releasing their popular mobile game based on the My Hero Academia anime outside of Japan later this year, and that a pre-registration campaign has kicked off for the occasion. The game is titled My Hero Ultra Impact and it launched in Japan in May of last year where it has been downloaded more than 3 million times so far. This is a 3v3 battler and hero collecting game where the main storyline follows the same beats of the anime, and a PvP arena allows you to pit your best teams against others to see who comes out on top. A new trailer announcing the game’s English release and pre-registration can be seen below.
Bandai Namco says that this new English release of My Hero Ultra Impact will be a direct translation of the current Japanese game, and since that game has been released for about 8 months already all of the extra content that has been added will already be included in the English version. That means that both English and Japanese language players will be fully up to date with each other right off the bat. As always there will be rewards dished out based on how many players pre-register for the game ahead of its release, which looks like it’ll be sometime in April. So if you’re planning on getting in on this one head over to the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store to pre-register for My Hero Ultra Impact and find even more information over on the game’s website.