Bandai Namco's ‘My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble’ Game Announces Beta Testing Schedule

Registration is now open for players within Japan.

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After a brief teaser announcement earlier this month, Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced a beta testing schedule for its My Hero Academia Ultra Rumble game, starting in February.

Bandai shared the news on its Youtube channel by streaming a 28-minute gameplay video along with the above introduction video.

The gaming company will recruit 10,000 players to take part in closed beta testing for the all-out-fighting game that features battle royale action with 24-player team participation mode. The game will be free to play on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, and also on Steam for PC users.

Registration for beta testing is currently open in Japan – from now until January 28 – on My Hero’s website. Closed testing sessions will be conducted from February 2-6.

In other gaming news, GTA’s parent company Take-Two has acquired Zynga for $12.7 Billion USD.

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