Become Plus Ultra with My Hero One’s Justice 2 Tips, Out Today

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Become Plus Ultra with My Hero One’s Justice 2 Tips, Out Today

Go beyond 100% of your power with these tips from Bandai Namco.

The fight for justice gets bigger, badder, and quirkier! My Hero One’s Justice 2, out today, brings back the original cast from the first game, while also introducing plenty of new fan favorites. With over 40 playable characters, improved battle mechanics, new team interactions, and an exciting new Mission Mode where you get to run your own hero agency, players will be sure to have a blast!

To help you get ready for battle, we at Bandai Namco have put together a quick guide on how to master some of our staff’s personal favorite new characters.

Sir. Nighteye

Sir. Nighteye is the one of the few heroes who wears glasses (just like me!) and obviously the best dressed one among all. Always calm, collected, and stylish, even in the face of peril. Oh, and he sees into the future! How awesome is that?
– Andrew Tedjo, Media Manager

Tips and Tricks

  1. Contract Draft is a quick attack that has a lot of range, perfect for doing damage to an opponent while keeping your distance (so you can analyze them, of course).
    Tip: If you hold triangle for a few seconds and then release, he will fire 3 times in rapid succession. This is a good way to attack while also retreating.
  2. If your opponent is attacking you in close quarters and it’s hard to escape, perform No Visitors. This is a grab that transitions into a counterattack.
    Tip: Follow up with Bottom-Up Management and Top-Down Management for a truly boss combo.
  3. For a really cool Plus Ultra All attack cutscene, choose Mirio Togata and Deku as your sidekicks.


Twice is an interesting character because he opens up some serious opportunities for mind games. Twice’s quirk allows him to make copies of his opponent at any time (as long as he’s made the proper measurements!) This can severely change-up the neutral game. At any moment he might use YOU as a weapon.
– Sam Wilkinson, Community Specialist

Tips and Tricks

  1. Use your opponent’s fighter against them! When up close and personal with your opponent, take your opponent’s measurements with Yard Research.
    Tip: You can perform this move while in mid-air! It does not work if your opponent is guarding, however.
  2. After you’ve taken your opponents’ measurements, you can make a clone of them! You can control this clone to attack your opponent. It only lasts for a few seconds, however, so time your attacks wisely.
  3. If you complete your team with Toga and Mr. Compress, you will unlock an entertaining cutscene when you perform your Plus Ultra All attack.

Mirio Togata

Mirio Togata is my favorite because he is very strong, but always super optimistic and cheerful. He is a lot of fun to play because he is full of surprises – just like his quirk. His Permeation quirk is really unique and it’s cool to see how they’ve managed to translate it into this game.
– Alex Luong, Associate Digital Marketing Manager

Tips and Tricks

  1. Make use of Mirio’s Permeation by doing the Invisible Eye Break. While in Invisible Eye Break mode, your opponents’ attacks will phase through you! You can only hold this mode for around 3 seconds.
  2. Catch your opponent off guard by using Vanish Soleus. Mirio will phase through the ground while rushing at the opponent, ending the move with an uppercut from underneath.
    Tip: If you want to be even more tricky and feint the move, hold R1 immediately after initiating it – Mirio will still phase through the ground while rushing at your opponent, but will pop up right in front of them instead of finishing with the uppercut.
  3. If you’re cornered by an opponent, a good move to use is the Blind Touch Eye Gouge. Mirio will guard, then transition into a grab.

Mina Ashido

Mina Ashido is the perfect blend of fun, fashionable, and fierce. Her breakdancing moves make for a flashy fighting style that’s hard to ignore.
– Stephen Akana, Brand Manager

Tips and Tricks

  1. Mina is a great example of a character that has both close and long-range attacks. Use this to your advantage by mixing up your attacks to keep your opponent guessing!
  2. The attack Acid Rain is a perfect blend of both defense and offense. When performing Acid Rain, Mina puts up a temporary acid barrier that deals damage to opponents that get too close.
    Tip: Immediately follow up Acid Rain with another attack to surprise your opponents.
  3. Mina is known for her sweet breakdancing moves! Execute the Breaking! attack to show off your dance skills while also attacking your opponent. You can also hold this attack while moving to cover more distance! You can only hold this move for approximately three seconds, so plan it wisely.

Nejire Hado

I like Nejire because she is fun, affectionate, cheerful, and strong. She’s the only female member of the Big Three, and I think it’s great that she can be a role model to the younger female students of U.A.
– Angela Chen, PR Specialist

Tips and Tricks

  1. Nejire’s wave motion quirk is well suited for mid to long-range combat. The movement of her attacks a little on the slower side, so keep that in mind.
  2. A good opening move is the Blast Wave. The attack actually continues for a few seconds after you’ve let go of the button, so you are free to dash towards or around your opponent afterwards. You can also follow up with some quick combos!
    Tip: Trap your opponent in a corner with Blast Wave, then follow up with a sidekick attack! We like using Mirio Togata or Tamaki Amajiki for this!
  3. Nejire can fly if you hold the jump button. If you press the jump button twice before holding, you can get even higher. Follow up with a quick Battle Juggle move in mid-air to deal damage to your opponents from a safe distance.
    Tip: Keep in mind that all of Nejire’s Plus Ultra moves must be done from the ground, and not in mid-air.


Although he’s a germaphobe, he isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. His quirk allows him to destroy and restore objects immediately. This allows him to attack up close or use long- range attacks. I like playing Overhaul because it allows you play from a variety of ranges, and his attacks have huge range!
– Ben Le, Digital Marketing Coordinator

Tips and Tricks

  1. The Offering: Anti-Ground is a solid attack with an incredible range. It can do damage to an enemy from across the opposite end of the arena! Perfect for keeping enemies (and their germs) away from you.
  2. If you want to surprise your opponent, perform the Dome Strike attack. It unleashes an attack directly under your opponent — they won’t know what hit ‘em!
  3. A few of Overhaul’s attacks involve him touching the ground. If you want to confuse your opponents, perform the two attacks mentioned above, but hold for a few seconds before releasing. This way, your opponent won’t know which attack you are planning to unleash!

So there you have it, folks! We hope our tips and tricks can help you be PLUS ULTRA in your fight for justice (or injustice, if you choose to be a villain)! While we covered a few of the cool new characters in this guide, there are other new characters that you can play as, such as the mighty Gang Orca, or the always cheerful BMI Hero: Fat Gum, to name a few. Be sure to experiment with different characters, both as your main fighter and as your sidekicks. Every character has unique abilities to bring to the table, so play them all to find your favorite combo. My Hero One’s Justice 2 is available for PS4 now.

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