Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade PC version has released
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Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade PC Version Is Available Now

TOHO Games and Sumzap have released the PC version of Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade. After being previously teased in March 2024, people can now play the game on their PCs via the DMM Games platform. The team is also giving away a free SSR gacha ticket to celebrate the PC version’s release until May 16, 2024. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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DMM Games has also added a new webpage that explains how existing players on mobile devices can link their data with the PC version. When players have completed this procedure, they will be able to sync almost all of their progress, inventory, and collection. The only thing that will not carry over is the premium gem currency, which remains exclusive to the platform the player purchased it from.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade originally appeared on iOS and Android mobile devices on November 21, 2023. In this free-to-play RPG, people can form a party consisting of characters from the series by gathering them via gacha and other gameplay methods.

The mobile game’s popularity led to it winning the Best IP-Based Game award at the Sensor Tower APAC Awards 2023. In the new press release, Sumzap added that the mobile releases have also surpassed a combined total of 5 million downloads as of April 11, 2024.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade is available on iOS and Android mobile devices, as well as PC via DMM Games.

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