Anyone remembered the video game One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows? Besides My Hero Academia and Dragon Ball, Bandai Namco released a 3D fighting game based on the series One Punch Man. Unfortunately, it’s been reported by the official Bandai Namco Twitter account that this game’s online service will be shutting down next year. According to the tweet, on February 28, 2022, One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows will be shutting down multiplayer services. The only modes that can played after this date will be online 1vs1 matches and all offline modes.
If you played this game, what do you think about the news?
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows multiplayer servers will sunset on February 28, 2022. All offline game modes, along with online 1vs1 game matches, will still be available for play.
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Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome everyone for another fun episode of Friday Funny. I hope everyone is having a great day today. It’s Friday and I am here to drop off some memes for you to kickstart the weekend. Before we begin, let’s go over some fast news so we can enjoy memes in the break room. First off, it’s been announced that the Marvel TV series Loki will be getting a season 2. Without going into details, the universe is expanding and Loki is witnessing everything and the MCU will be evolving. Next season reveal is in the anime world. It’s been announced that Demon Slayer will be getting a season 2 later this year. Don’t worry though, by the time this anime airs in Japan, us people in the West will be able to see it at the same time thanks to Funimation. While this anime is owned by Aniplex, Funimation will be the one who will stream the anime in their service. Last but not least, if you have Netflix and you’re a cartoon classic fanatic, get ready for anime adaptation of He-Man. He-Man is getting an anime series called Masters of the Universe Revelations and the showrunner behind the series is Kevin Smith.