Jujutsu Kaisen Phantom Parade PC version appearing in 2024
Image courtesy of TOHO Games and Sumzap

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade Will Be Available on PC in 2024

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade will also be available on PC. TOHO Games and Sumzap have revealed that they will release the PC version of the free-to-play game in 2024 via DMM Games. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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Phantom Parade is a mobile RPG with command-based battles where players can form a party consisting of characters gathered through gameplay and gacha. Players who already have an account in the existing mobile versions will also be able to link their save data with the upcoming PC release.

TOHO Games and Sumzap initially revealed Phantom Parade in mid-2021 with a 2022 release window. However, the development team delayed the game’s release multiple times until it eventually came out for mobile devices in late November 2023. In the new press release, TOHO Games also revealed that the free-to-play game has surpassed 4 million downloads as of February 5, 2024.

The PC version will only be available on Windows 10 64-bit or newer operating systems. People who want to play the game on PCs will also have to make sure that their devices have a minimum RAM of 8 GB, Intel UHD Graphics 620 VGA card, and at least 20 GB of free storage space.

Jujutsu Kaisen: Phantom Parade is immediately available on Android and iOS devices in Japan. The free-to-play Jujutsu Kaisen game will also appear on PC via DMM Games in 2024.

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