You can’t yet—we will release something as soon as it is ready! We are aiming for the highest quality possible with the team we have. So the alpha needs more time, and the game still has a long way to come until it will be complete.

The aim for the game is open world action and adventure, which focuses mostly on an original plot line centered around canon characters AND game-original characters not introduced in the canon anime. This is similar to how an anime movie works: typically adding new unique characters and stories to an existing universe without breaking canon events. We plan to allow multiple outcomes at the end of the game based on player decisions throughout the game (sort of like the Fallout series). And we plan to have open world gameplay work similar to the PS4 hit, "Marvel's Spider-Man." That kind of game takes a lot of work, so our short term goal is a mini-game demo.

We plan to implement a multiplayer mode in which players can create their own custom heroes and free roam the city doing good or evil acts to change their reputation as a hero or villain. We plan to spawn events where players can face off on a team of heroes against a team of villains (both player characters and NPC's) for big reputation boosts. Players will have special rewards for gaining a spot amongst the ranks of the top heroes or most wanted villains. Of course, this high reputation as a hero or villain also comes with the drawback that players will become bigger targets for their enemies, so tread carefully!

Another note: Because we don't have the money or resources to host multiplayer on a large server of our own, players will need to host their own multiplayer game sessions on their computers. More details to come as we hash out the code base for multiplayer.

All characters listed on casting call will be in the game, plus some more not revealed. Most of them will be playable in free roam. Not all will be playable in the story. More characters will be added to the casting call as they appear in the anime.

Here is a link to the casting call page.

All this information is also at the top of the Casting Call page. See Below:

The MHA: Beyond Casting Call works like this:

1. You audition to earn a First Pick, which means you're being considered for casting/understudy, but you haven't earned the role yet.

a) Usually, you'll need to fix something about your audio or acting to earn the casted role
b) First Picks can be stolen from you by other great actors who audition!

2. If you address those issues, you have a chance at earning a Casted role! However, there is a lot of great competition so other people might beat you to a role! 

a) Casted roles are likely not be open for auditions again,

3. All other characters are unnassigned characters and open for auditions!

IMPORTANT Guidelines for your Audio:

1. Submissions ARE NOT ALLOWED TO CONTAIN: background audio, or significant post processing / filtering of any kind.

There are far too many auditions we won't consider because we can tell they were edited, which does not allow us to examine an actor's actual performance.

2. Auditions submitted with poor audio quality will not be considered, including audio with fan noise, popping, echos, etc.

3. Put your best effort into acting the part, not just reading the lines. If your performance feels flat, we won't spend time evaluating it.

The videos below provide valuable information on how to meet these standards and make quality material for casting calls!

Yes, you can! In fact we encourage you to do so as we plan on having both a singleplayer where game-original characters will exist, but also a multiplayer; both of which needs tons of ideas to be complete. So, if you have and idea, you can send that in in the form of a blog post here on the website. Within your Profile there is a ‘+Submit Blog’ button, where you can properly send in your concepts and thoughts. So, if you have an idea, don’t hesitate to shoot it our way!

If you have a skill you think could be useful to the game you can contact us, either here or on the Discord Server. By contacting one of the Officials on the game you can send in your portfolio, or display your prowess in another way, and we will base our judgement on that.

Well, for example me writing this; Loki, the lead writer (Hello ^^). But of course we have many awesome people working with modelling, art, animation, music etc. All of these people you can find information about under About Us.

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First, the ‘+Submit Blog’ button. Pretty straight forward, this button allows you to make blogs on the website. But, as stated below it, it is quote “ submit game ideas, fan-art, community projects, discuss anime/manga/cosplay/funny and fan fiction”. Blogs are then the posts you can make containing an idea you want to send in, or the like.

If that happens, you will know, and we will contact you with further information when that happens.

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