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These are the requirements for One Punch Man: World



One-Punch Man World game visual

With launch scheduled for January 31, 2024, these are the PC and mobile requirements for One-Punch Man: Worlda game that, as the name suggests, is based on the manga in One It is Yusuke Murata.

Already are open pre-registration for this game that will be free with microtransactions. The game supports English, Spanish and Portuguese languages.

One Punch Man: World Requirements

Minimum requirements:

Recommended Requirements:



OS: Windows 7 SP1 (64-bit)

OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)

Processor: Intel Core i5

Processor: Intel Core i7

Memory: 8GB RAM

Memory: 16 GB RAM

Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 1060

Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 1060

DirectX 11

DirectX 11



CPU: Snapdragon 660

CPU: Snapdragon 855, Kirin 990,
Dimension 1000

Memory: 3GB

Memory: 4GB

Disk: 64GB

Disk: 64GB

Android 7

Android 7


iPhone: iPhone 8P,
iPhone X

iPad: iPad with A11

In One-Punch Man: World will feature the heroes of the series, such as Saitama, Genos, Speed-o-Sound Sonic, Mumen Rider and Puri-Puri Prisoner. Players can take on missions in the Hero Association and team up with others for raids. The battle system features timed dodges, combos and ultimate abilities. There are also side activities and minigames in Z-City.

One It is Yusuke Murata released the manga One-Punch Man on Shueisha’s free “Tonari no Young Jump” website in 2012. The work is a remake of the original manga by ONE with the same name.

Created by ONE in 2009, One-Punch Man began as a web-comic following the story of a hero named Saitama. The bald young man looks like a normal person, but he is the strongest person in the world. With the ability to defeat any enemy with a single punch, Saitama hopes to become a superhero worthy of admiration, but he cares little about his ego. What he really wants is to find a villain who is strong enough to finally challenge him.

The web-comic successfully inspired a manga drawn by Yusuke Murata and later received an anime series adaptation, with its second season airing in April 2019.

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