My Hero One’s Justice Roster Will Feature All for One

Bandai Namco has revealed that All for One will be joining the My Hero One’s Justice roster. The upcoming Boku no Hero Academia fighting game launches in August, and the involvement of one of the anime’s biggest antagonists in My Hero One’s Justice will please fans.

I’ve never actually seen Boku no Hero Academia, but the people who have seem to be absolutely crazy about it – and there are a lot of them. So if they weren’t already excited about My Hero One’s Justice, the upcoming fighting game featuring characters from the series, then the addition of series villain All for One might be enough to pique their interest and bring them on board.

Boku no Hero Academia‘s premise is that of a school for the next generation of superheroes. The U.A. School is run by All Might, the world’s greatest hero, while All for One, All Might’s arch nemesis, runs the League of Villains. This makes his addition to the My Hero One’s Justice roster inevitable, but likely very exciting nonetheless for fans of the series and those eager to see the game release.

Just to ensure that I wasn’t making false assumptions about the Boku no Hero Academia fan response to All for One’s inclusion and sounding like I had no idea what I was talking about, I asked fellow Game Revolution writer and fan of the anime Haru Nicol about what they thought about the news. “I am excited for it! It’s something I’ll definitely play with my mates who also like BNHA,” Haru said. “As for All for One, I’m actually not far enough in the story to fully be excited for him. But from what I’ve seen, he is scary!”

As well as All for One’s inclusion in the My Hero One’s Justice roster, Bandai Namco also announced the addition of a new special move for all of the characters, the EX Plus Ultra. If your energy gauge is fully-charged, you can trigger the move, a special triple attack featuring your two sidekicks in any individual game. My Hero One’s Justice will be coming to PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on October 26 this year.