Sony Pictures Television Games and Funimation released the My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero game, based on the My Hero Academia franchise, on iOS and Android devices in North America, Latin America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, and Scandinavia on Wednesday. .
The game is free with in-app purchases.
In the open-world action RPG, players can create their own team rosters with Class 1-A students, professional heroes, and villains for use in story mode, PvP, and co-op. New content will be released every month.
The anime’s 13-episode first season premiered in April 2016. The 25-episode second season premiered in April 2017 and the third season premiered in April 2018 and ran for 25 episodes. The fourth season premiered in Japan in October 2019 and aired for 25 episodes. A two-episode original anime video for the franchise aired in Japan last August, and Funimation and Crunchyroll streamed the episodes.
The fifth season of the My Hero Academia anime premiered on March 27. Funimation and Crunchyroll are streaming the anime, and Funimation is streaming an English dub.
The franchise is also inspiring the My Hero Academia Ultra Impact smartphone game. The “Hero Quirks bursting battle RPG” will be released this year on the App Store and Google Play. The game will be free to play, but it will have optional items that can be purchased in-game.
The franchise has previously inspired the My Hero Academia Smash Tap smartphone game, My Hero Academia Gekitotsu! The arcade game Heroes Battle, as well as the console games My Hero Academia Battle For All, My Hero Academia One’s Justice and My Hero Academia One’s Justice 2.
My Hero Academia is a Japanese superhero manga series written and illustrated by Kōhei Horikoshi. The story follows Izuku Midoriya, a boy born without superpowers (called Quirks) in a world where they have become commonplace, but still dreams of becoming a superhero. He is scouted by All Might, Japan’s greatest hero, who chooses Midoriya as his successor and shares his Quirk with him after recognizing his potential, and later helps him enroll him in a prestigious high school for heroes in training.
The series has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since July 2014, and its chapters have been additionally compiled into 30 tankōbon volumes as of April 2021. The series has also inspired numerous spin-off manga, such as My Hero Academia Smash !!, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes and My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions, as well as a Bones anime television series.
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