Bandai Namco details differences between My Hero One’s Justice’s PlayStation 4 and Switch versions

By on June 4, 2018 at 3:00 pm
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As you may know, Bandai Namco’s upcoming My Hero Academia-based arena fighter My Hero One’s Justice is coming to multiple consoles later this year, including Nintendo’s Switch. For those wondering what the differences are between that version and the other versions, the company has put up a table outlining these on the game’s official Japanese website.

Now, the chart only details the differences between the PlayStation 4 and Switch version (since these are the consoles that it’s getting released for in Japan). That said, the former should generally have the same performance and features as the Xbox One and PC versions that the West is also getting.

Check out the differences below:

My Hero One's Justice PlayStation 4 vs. Switch differences
PlayStation 4 Switch
Resolution 1920×1080 1280×720
(may temporarily fluctuate depending on gameplay situation and environment)
Frame Rate Usually 60fps
(may temporarily fluctuate in some cases)
Usually 30fps
(may temporarily fluctuate in some cases)
Supported Controllers Dual Shock 4
  • Two Joy-Cons
  • Joy-Con Grip
  • Single Joy-Con (only when playing with someone else)
  • Pro Controller

The main differences with the Switch port are down to resolution and framerate — being a less powerful machine, the Switch runs at lower resolutions and at a lower framerate.

It’s interesting to note however that, the framerates for both versions may change in some situations, indicating that at the very least, it’s not locked and could even be uncapped.

My Hero One’s Justice launches on August 23 for PlayStation 4 and Switch in Japan, followed by a Western release on PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC later this year.

Source: Bandai Namco via Gematsu

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