My Hero Academia: Ultra Impact Mobile Game Announced iOS Android 

Is this finally the MHA game we're all waiting for? Will Bandai Namco's My Hero Academia: Ultra Impact satisfy our quirk battle cravings? Will this mobile MHA game get its global version for us to play? We'll try to answer all of that! But before that, let me remind everyone first that the test will be held ONLY in Japan. So, if you can't wait, then prepare your translation skills and VPN for we might be able to help you.

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As always, I did my best to search for the relevant links that you'll need and will provide them at the very end of this article. I highly suggest that you read the rest of the article to get a partial view before thrusting yourself into the game. So, without further ado, let's begin!

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My Hero Academia: Ultra Impact's closed beta test will start on November 6th until November 9th and is set to launch in Japan by 2021. The game will be based on Season 5 of Kohei Horikoshi's creation, My Hero Academia. Only the chosen 7,000 lucky players will be able to join the test.

It's a mobile RPG that features a turn-based system, a 3-man team formation, and a gacha system that includes both heroes and villains. Gacha never gets old. And, oh, let me say this one proudly. Rejoice, ANDROID USERS for the test will only be granted to Android users.

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For iOS users, you don't have to worry since it is confirmed that the game will be available on both Android and iOS on its official launch set in 2021. Just like any usual beta tests, all data will reset when the official version replaces the beta version.

Along with the gacha system where you can roll for your favorite villains and heroes, Ultra Impact also offers base customizations. You can now experience decorating your own base for your favorite MHA characters.

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To answer the question of whether we'll finally get a global version of an MHA game, that we cannot assure. Smash Tap and Smash Rising, two previous My Hero Academia mobile games, weren't able to reach a lot of countries. But, this game might be it. If Ultra Impact becomes successful, there's a huge chance for Bandai Namco to officially release a global version of the game. Who doesn't want extra profit, right?

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I guess you're looking for the links already. Just let me give my thanks before this ends. I'm giving thanks to Bandai Namco, Siliconera, and the team behind the game for the high-quality images and content I've borrowed. All credits are given to them. I too, as a personal fan of MHA, is excited to see the success of this game.

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As for the links, I will provide the main site where you can apply as a participant, a direct link to the application form, and their official Twitter page. Just remember what I said in the beginning - prepare your translation skills. These sites cannot be fully translated by Chrome's Google Translator. Besides, you'll need to tunnel into Japan's network before you get the chance to apply. That's where VPN is needed.
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