One Piece Film Red crossover coming to Granblue Fantasy and more mobile games

Granblue Fantasy Will Have One Piece Film: Red Crossover Event

A One Piece Film: Red crossover event will appear in Granblue Fantasy. The collaboration will take place on September 14-25, 2022. The details of the crossover are unclear, but previous crossovers with other properties (such as Gintama) have deployed bespoke stories and added new playable characters to the roster.

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Granblue Fantasy will not be the only mobile game to have crossover content from One Piece Film: Red. The movie’s website revealed that there will be more collaborations with two more popular Japanese mobile games. The festivities will begin in Monster Strike on August 20-31, 2022, with Puzzle & Dragons following suit on September 1-12, 2022.

Cygames has been adding Granblue Fantasy crossover content from many anime and game titles. In recent months, it held collaborations with Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo in April 2022 and Final Fantasy XI in May 2022. In February 2022, the company announced that the mobile game has over 31 million registered users.

Granblue Fantasy is available in Japanese and English on iOS and Android mobile devices. One Piece Film: Red will release in Japanese theaters on August 6, 2022. Crunchyroll will bring the movie overseas to the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand in Fall 2022.

The One Piece Film: Red collaboration event in Granblue Fantasy will run on September 14-25, 2022. Cygames will reveal more details about the crossover content—including the appearing characters—in the coming days leading up to the event.

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