Bandai Namco announces testing period for My Hero Ultra Rumble on PS4 starting from May 25

Bandai Namco announces testing period for My Hero Ultra Rumble on PS4 starting from May 25
New combat mechanics are part of the beta version

Developed and published by Bandai Namco, My Hero Ultra Rumble, the free online battle royale inspired by the anime/manga My Hero Academia, will receive another open beta period for players to get to know more about the game's concept and provide feedback to the developers regarding any bugs, server latency, and other activities. The new tests will begin on May 25th (Thursday) and will run until June 2nd.

With around 15 characters (including newcomers Tenya Iida, Kaminari Denki, and Itsuka Kendo), the new beta version also introduces the Plus Ultra system, which functions as a limited boost that allows players to unleash more impactful attacks against their opponents. In addition to that, the Rebirth system enables players to resurrect fallen teammates using items left behind by the player.

It's worth noting that the testing period can be accessed from 11 PM and can be played until 3 AM (Brasília time). The pre-load is already available on the PlayStation Store.

In My Hero Ultra Rumble, players will be part of one of eight teams consisting of three fighters, using their powers to attack enemies and cooperate with allies. Teams can also pursue victory by rescuing or intimidating civilians throughout the map to obtain powerful items that can determine the course of the battle.

Still without a release date, the game will be launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
About the game

My Hero Ultra Rumble

Release date: Sep 28, 2023

Developer(s): Byking,

Publisher(s): Bandai Namco Entertainment,

Game Mode: Multiplayer, Battle Royale, Single player,

Platform(s): PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch,

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