Anime of the year winner Jujutsu Kaisen now has a game in which you can use your smartphone to battle cursed spirits? The brand new game will give you a fresh way to enjoy the beloved anime! Here’s everything you need to know about the new JJK smartphone game, including when it’ll be released, how it works, and how to register.
What is Jujutsu Kaisen about?
Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the most popular manga series, and the first season premiered in 2020, capturing the interest of both new and seasoned anime fans. JJK has risen to the top of many people’s favourite anime lists because to its influence and inspiration from Naruto and Bleach.
It’s no secret that fights are one of anime’s biggest draws, and JJK features some of the greatest. Whether it was a one-on-one battle between Gojo and Jogo or a Cursed Spirit being jumped by numerous Sorcerers, such as Mahito versus Nanami and Itadori, studio MAPPA outdid themselves in season one.
JUJUTSU KAISEN: Phantom Parade
Following in the footsteps of Demon Slayer and One Piece, the popular shounen anime Jujutsu Kaisen is expanding into the gaming industry to provide new material to its huge fan base.
The official mobile game for the animated series, Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade, will be a free-to-play RPG produced by Sumzap, the same company behind the KonoSuba game, which was turned into a video game. Looking into JJK Phantom Parade’s essential visual art, players may come across special grade curses like Mahito, Hanami, and Jogo.
JUJUTSU KAISEN: Phantom Parade, Release date, voice actors
Yuji Itadori, Megumi Fushiguro, and Nobara Kugisaki, first-year students at Tokyo Jujutsu High School, have been confirmed as JJK game characters.
Naturally, the youngsters will require assistance from their mentors, Gojo Satoru and Kento Nanami, who will also appear with the trio. The series’ voice actors will reprise their roles in the RPG game, bringing with them some classic anime lines. Yuji Itadori (Junya Enoki), Megumi Fushiguro (Yuuma Uchida), Nobara Kugisaki (Asami Seto), Gojo Satoru (Yuuichi Nakamura).