It’s hard to believe that it’s only been a year since My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero first launched on mobile devices. The game itself, however, has not forgotten this. In fact, they’re doing some very special things in-game to celebrate this.
One-Year Anniversary of The Strongest Hero!
My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero and Crunchyroll Games are proud to celebrate its first anniversary with a host of in-game events. One of these events is apparently the introduction of Tamaki Amajiki into the game. You may be more familiar with his hero name: Suneater. Apparently, for a limited time, you can recruit him into your party in the game.
It isn’t just Suneater’s introduction that you can look forward to in My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero though. The full list of in-game events for their anniversary is as follows:
- Suneater Limited Time and EX Card Recruit – During the special event, players can recruit the powerful hero Suneater (U.A. high school student Tamaki Amajiki) and use his mighty quirk Manifest to battle any villains that stand in their way. Suneater events run from May 18 – May 31.
- Anniversary Recruit – Players can now create the ultimate hero team through a special anniversary event that allows almost all characters to be recruited! This event runs from May 18 through June 14.
- Anniversary Login Event – All players who log into the game from May 18 to June 14 will earn Daily Anniversary Recruit Tickets. Players will also receive 10 Anniversary Recruit Tickets by in-game mail every Wednesday, claimable through the following week.
- Additional Anniversary Celebrations – Players can enjoy daily events and a new game mode that unlocks an exclusive Title, in addition to a new idle AFK game mode that can be played for big rewards. Players can also expect an anniversary token exchange event where players can trade in tokens for prizes. These events will run from May 18 through June 14.
My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero ~ Details
My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero is a free-to-play mobile RPG game in the My Hero Academia franchise by mangaka Kōhei Horikoshi (Oumagadoki Zoo, Barrage). Contrary to popular belief though, it’s not actually the first My Hero Academia video game period. That honor belongs to My Hero Academia: Battle for All, which was released in Japan back on May 19, 2016. However, The Strongest Hero is the first My Hero Academia video game to see a NA release. Thus, for most everyone in the US, it’s the only one they’re familiar with.
If you have a mobile device and if you want to join in on the anniversary festivities, then you can download My Hero Academia: The Strongest Hero for yourself on Apple or Google Play. If you don’t have a mobile device, then you can still play it if you download BlueStacks, and play it using that.