When Bandai Namco posted a mysterious teaser website last week featuring a microwave, various items, and a countdown, sharp fans spotted a connection to My Hero Academia. Sure enough, Bandai Namco has now announced a new game: My Hero Academia: One’s Justice, which is coming to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

A trailer for the new game will drop later this month during Jump Festa 2018, according to Crunchyroll. Jump Festa, an anime and manga festival, will be held from December 16 to 17 in Japan. Right now, we don’t have more details about the game or a release date, so hopefully the trailer fills in at least some of those blanks.

My Hero Academia is a comedy adventure manga and anime series following Izuku Midoriya, a boy born without superpowers in a world where everyone else has them. Nonetheless, Midoriya still dreams of becoming a superhero and attends a school for heroes in training, where he is bullied for not having a special power–until a certain someone changes his world completely.

My Hero Academia: One’s Justice will be the second video game adaptation for the franchise, with an earlier game released in 2016 on Nintendo 3DS.

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