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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Mobile Game in Development (Again)

KLab has announced a new online mobile game focusing on the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series. It’s working in partnership with Wanda Cinema Games, a studio with headquarters in Beijing. [Thanks, PR Times!]

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KLab had initially announced a JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure online mobile game back in 2020. However, due to complications with its development partner at the time, it was unable to move ahead with the project. However, with Wanda Cinema Games as a new partner, they’re working to release the game in all countries (excluding Japan) some time in 2026. It’s unknown why KLab doesn’t plan on releasing it within Japan. However, its business model focuses on getting licenses from Japanese intellectual property owners and then releasing games based on them to an international market.

Since it’s focused on the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series, it will likely use that animation style for the characters. As well, it probably won’t feature any parts or characters from the series after Stone Ocean. For reference, those are Steel Ball Run, Jojolion, and JOJOLands. Though Steel Ball Run and Jojolion never got animated adaptations (yet?), characters from those parts still appeared as playable characters in the fighting games.

A JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure online mobile game is in development and will come out some time in 2026.

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