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My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero English Version Will Appear in Spring

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One of the newest My Hero Academia Android and iOS games will appear worldwide. Funimation confirmed a My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero English version is on the way. It will appear in seven regions in Spring 2021.

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In My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero, people collect heroes and students from the series and send them off to fight villains or other players. The single-player campaign is an action-RPG that lets people explore Musutafu and places like U.A. High School. You can also play cooperatively in Allied Assault to face threats with others. Competitive PVP will be available as well.

Here’s the My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero English trailer, which shows off characters like Deku, All Might, Bakugo, and Uraraka. 

A pre-registration campaign is in effect at the official website. Here are the tiers and their respective awards.

  • 100,000 pre-registrations: 5 Katsudon
  • 250,000: 5 Drones
  • 500,000: 30,000 Credit
  • 750,000: 200 Hero Coins
  • 1,000,000: 10 Recruit Tickets

And here are the seven areas where the English version of the game will be available.

  • Australia
  • Ireland
  • Latin America
  • New Zealand
  • North America
  • Scandinavia
  • United Kingdom

My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero will appear in English on Android and Apple iOS devices in Spring 2021. As a reminder, the fifth season of the show will appear on Toonami in May 2021. It is immediately available to watch on services like Crunchyroll and Funimation.

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