Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade Opening Song Sung by Eve

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade opening theme song sung by Eve, animated by Mappa

The official YouTube channel for Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade uploaded the opening anime sequence for the upcoming mobile game. There is still no official release date for Phantom Parade, but pre-registrations are open.

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MAPPA, which was the studio behind the Jujutsu Kaisen anime, worked on this opening as well. Additionally, the song “Avan” is from Eve, who sang the opening for the anime. You can watch the Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade opening here:

The opening features a horde of familiar faces, such as the main trio and the Kyoto students. You can also see some of the game-original characters in the opening movie. Aside from brief glimpses in combat, Saki Rindo and Kaito Yuki seem to be visiting someone in the hospital. The two are from the Fukuoka school. Rina Sato (Makoto from Persona 5) voices Saki, and Koutaro Nishiyama (Minami from Idolish7) voices Kaito. While he does not make an appearance, Kensuke Nagino is also a new character. He is voiced by Rikiya Koyama (Kiritsugu from the Fate series).

Sumzap first announced Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade in June 2021, with pre-registration opening in December of the same year. Like most mobile games, it will be free to download, but there will be microtransactions. Most likely, these microtransactions will be to obtain more currency in order to pull for rarer versions of characters. The game will feature a turn-based battle system and will not have an original story.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade will come out on mobile devices in Japan some time in 2022.

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