Remember the One Punch Man: The Strongest mobile game? It was a fun game but it being a turn-based RPG game does not fully showcase the core essence of One Punch Man which is the good’ol throwing punches, or slashing in the case of Atomic Samurai or hammering in the case of Smile Man. You get the idea. Thankfully for fans who yearn for a good slugging out with the monsters, there is a new One Punch Man video game called One Punch Man: World.

One Punch Man: World Video Game

One Punch Man: World is a brand new online action game that recreates the world of popular anime series One Punch Man. This means the video game pretty much takes the anime and turns it into a game which also means you will be able to experience the hero’s everyday life, deal with monsters, and whatnot, just like in the anime/manga. Here’s the official description:

“Heroes are needed in One Punch Man: World! A sinister wave of monster attacks has left Earth’s cities and the Hero Association under duress. However, after three years of special training, Saitama has become so powerful that he can defeat opponents with a single punch. The thing is, Saitama just does the hero thing for fun, but when every enemy goes down in one punch, overwhelming power can be kind of… boring. Now, in front of the laid-back strongest hero, a new enemy appears. Will he be able to show his full power today?”

One Punch Man: World Video Game

The One Punch Man: World video game will be available later this year on Windows PC, iOS, and Android with cross-platform play and progression. Pre-registration for PC is now open on the official website.

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The video game is being published by Crunchyroll Games in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, and Latin America. Meanwhile, A PLUS JAPAN INC. publishes the game in most EU countries and the Middle East.

One Punch Man: World Video Game

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