KLab JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Mobile Game Will Appear Worldwide

KLab JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Mobile Game Will Appear Worldwide

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A new JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game is on the way, and its regions won’t be too limited. Back in December 2020, KLab and and Shengqu Game announced they’d be working on a game based on the series. However, it would only be available in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. Now, that reach expanded. KLab confirmed it will appear worldwide, though the company didn’t get the distribution rights for Japan.

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While this means people in North America and Europe could see this JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure title, details aren’t available yet. There’s no official title. A website is open, but it is only available in Chinese. The site does feature blurbs about certain JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure arcs. This suggests that the first five could appear in the game. While details about Stone Ocean, Steel Ball Run, and JoJolion don’t show up, Phantom Blood, Battle Tendency, Stardust Crusaders, Diamond is Unbreakable, and Golden Wind appear.

Until recently, there were some JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile games running in Japan. Bandai Namco used to offer JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Records. That was shutdown in November 2019 after running for about two years. There was also JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Shooters. Bandai Namco opened it in 2014, then closed it in April 2021.

KLab and and Shengqu Game’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game is in development.


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