One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is really, truly coming to video game consoles, people. It dispatches Feb. 28, 2020.
In any case, since its declaration back in June, questions have proliferated how One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows can be adjusted as a battling game (with multiplayer, even) yet stay consistent with the absurdist legend of an anime whose hero is very exhausted of dispatching adversaries with one punch.
The appropriate response exists in its three-warrior structure, where players may pick Saitama (One Punch Man) for their group in the event that they wish, yet he may appear late to the fight — if by any stretch of the imagination. Also, presently there’s another fence: Dream Saitama.
In his pajama’d state (as found in One Punch Man’s first scene, where he dukes it out with Subterranean King) One Punch Man is only a normal warrior. So you can add Saitama to your battling gathering and fight with a partner of three as should be expected — he just does not have his namesake one-hit slaughter capacity.
Spike Chunsoft has different deceives at its disposal to make One Punch Man aggressive. Ruler, otherwise known as the person who assumes praise for Saitama’s accomplishments of solidarity, will here and there show up (as a NPC) and stop the contenders, for instance. There’s likewise a major list of characters other than One-Punch Man to look over, including new uncovers Metal Knight, Stinger, and Melzargard.
Hoo kid. This looks significantly more bonkers than Spike Chunsoft’s last creation, Jump Force, yet I am here for it. One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows will be accessible for PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One.
A game trailer discharged at Gamescom 2019 prods a concise montage demonstrating Saitama murdering an assortment of foes with one punch. In any event, when the adversary figures out how to pulverize Saitama, he doesn’t take a solitary purpose of harm. He’s fantastic.