My Hero One’s Justice Runs At 1080p 60 FPS On PS4, Dynamic 720p 30 FPS On Nintendo Switch

Bandai Namco has revealed the difference between the PS4 and Nintendo Switch version for the upcoming My Hero One’s Justice. This is an action brawler based on the popular My Hero Academia anime and manga. It is confirmed for the PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Recently, the official Japanese website of My Hero One’s Justice was updated (via Gematsu) and the difference between the PS4 and Nintendo Switch version was clarified. Judging from the difference, it looks like My Hero One’s Justice will run at a dynamic 720p resolution with 30 FPS as target on the Nintendo Switch. It will run at native 1080p on the PS4 and target 60 FPS.

PlayStation 4Switch
Resolution1920×10801280×720 (this may temporarily fluctuate depending on gameplay situation and environment)
Frame RateUsually 60fps (this may temporarily fluctuate in some cases)Usually 30fps (this may temporarily fluctuate in some cases)
Supported ControllersDualShock 4
  • Two Joy-Cons
  • Joy-Cons Grip
  • Single Joy-Con (only when playing with someone else)
  • Pro Controller

There was no detail shared regarding the Xbox One or PC version since Japan will get just the PS4 and Nintendo Switch version. Once more details regarding the Western release are shared, we might get an update for the PC and Xbox One release as well.

My Hero One’s Justice is set to launch on August 23rd for the PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Khurram Imtiaz

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