There's also a new mission mode that lets you earn points to develop and recruit characters.

Kendo Rappa Smashes Into My Hero One’s Justice 2

There's also a new mission mode that lets you earn points to develop and recruit characters.

Bandai Namco continues the info drip leading up to My Hero One’s Justice 2, this time with some more new reveals. The latest issue of Weekly Jump — translated by Gematsu — reveals Kendo Rappa is playable in My Hero One’s Justice 2, and there’s a new mode included as well.

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Making Rappa a playable character makes a lot of sense. Like the series it’s based on, My Hero One’s Justice 2 is all about wild combat, with 3D movement and fully destructible environments. Kendo Rappa is basically the embodiment of chaos and the urge to destroy, so it’s not a huge leap to see him fitting right in with the rest of the cast and story.

We’ll also be seeing a new mission mode added in that offers a range of different things to do. Clearing missions earns you points you can use to develop your chosen character and recruit new allies — even villains. That’s pretty convenient since we’re getting a brand-new villain as well. The goal in all this is to create and develop your own hero office.

My Hero One’s Justice 2 is launching worldwide on March 13 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more My Hero One’s Justice news as it breaks its way in.


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