One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Killer & Super Killer moves are super moves that you can execute in the games once you unlock them. Both Killer and Super Killer moves are incredibly powerful, and can turn the tides of the battle easily. So, of course, you’ll want to figure out how to unlock and execute these moves as soon as possible. Well, that’s exactly what we’re going to show you in our Killer & Super Killer Moves in One Punch Man A Hero Nobody Knows guide.
How to Unlock & Perform Killer Moves in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows?
To unlock and perform Killer moves in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, you simply have to play through the first tutorial. You’ll be fighting against Training Monsterbot while the game introduces you with the different moves you can execute. Near the end of it, you’ll unlock and learn how to do the Killer moves. Basically, all you have to do is hold L2 and press Square, Triangle, or Circle (or the equivalent on your platform).
When you start the game, you’ll only have access to one Killer move, the one bound to Square. Later on (Proficiency Level 2 and 5), you’ll unlock the other two slots, and be able to assign moves to them. You can see the moves you’ve assigned in the lower left corner. Just keep in mind that performing Killer moves drains your Move stock, aka the blue bar next to your character portrait. Be careful not to empty it too soon, or you might find yourself in serious trouble. The Move stock recharges by itself over time, but you can charge it by holding L2 + X.
One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Super Killer Moves – How to Unlock & Execute?
To unlock and execute One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Super Killer moves, you’ll have to reach Proficiency Level 4. It’s gonna take some doing, but it’s not too difficult. Really, you just need to do is play through the available missions until you get where you need to be. Once you have access to Super Killer moves, you can do them by pressing the right analog stick to enter Mode Change, then pressing the stick again to unleash the move within the time limit.
Yes, the Mode Change has a certain time limit, and you have to trigger the Super Killer move before it runs out. Also, some characters One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows in don’t have Super Killer moves at all. However, as a trade-off, their Mode Change lasts longer. It’s fair, because you’re more powerful during the Change either way.
So, that’s how you unlock and do the Killer and Super Killer moves in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows. If you want to see the full list of achievements, check out our One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows Trophies & Achievements guide.