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One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Announced With a Trailer

Bandai Namco is famous for their licensed video games based on famous anime or manga properties and they are bringing One Punch Man in the form of a new video game to PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

One Punch Man started as a famous manga that was turned into a world-famous anime. The lead character is known for his quirky sense of humor and an incredible power where he can knock down basically anyone with just one punch.

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The announcement trailer for One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows has snippets of gameplay and reveals the playable characters including Saitama himself.

In addition to Saitama, the other fan-favorite characters which were confirmed to be playable include Genos, Hellish Blizzard, Speed-o’-Sound Sonic and Mumen Rider.

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The will offer multiplayer with up to two players. The voice overs will be in Japanese but there will be subtitles in different languages. The supported languages are English, Neutral Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, and French.

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The game will apparently feature three-versus-three battles but the details around the story weren’t shared for now. It wasn’t confirmed it the game will follow the manga or create its own filler based on the same characters.

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The release date has been listed as “coming soon” while the confirmed platforms, for now, are PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It wasn’t announced if Nintendo Switch owners will also get the game just like My Hero Academia, which launched on both PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

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