Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade Official Teaser Shows New Art

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Sumzap and TOHO Games have officially revealed Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade by opening its teaser website. The first mobile game adaptation for the popular manga title will be available on Android and iOS. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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The Phantom Parade mobile game will have RPG as its genre. It will be free-to-play with optional item purchases as its business model.

In the Japanese press release, Sumzap also shared new artworks of prominent characters that will appear in Phantom Parade. In addition to Satoru Gojo, Megumi Fushiguro, and the title’s protagonist Yuji Inadori, we also newly learned that Nobara Kugisaki and Kento Nanami will join the game’s roster as well.

Sumzap also revealed this new mobile game in the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. We have earlier learned about this title’s existence through leaks of the comic magazine. However, the publisher just put up the teaser website today on Monday, the same day the magazine is actually released.

Phantom Parade will be based on Jujutsu Kaisen, a popular manga series running in the Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Shueisha has sold over 50 million copies of the manga volumes as of May 2021. However, the series is currently undergoing a hiatus as the creator, Gege Akutami, needs time to recuperate his health.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade will be available for Android and iOS mobile devices in Japan.


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