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Popular Anime JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Mobile game is Expected to Release Worldwide

Popular Anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Mobile game is Expected to Release Worldwide
Popular Anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Mobile game is Expected to Release Worldwide

A new JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game is coming, and it won’t be overly limited in terms of areas. KLab and Shengqu Game revealed in December 2020 that they were working on a game based on the series. Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan would be the only places where it would be available. That range has now widened. KLab said that it will be released worldwide, despite the fact that it did not receive distribution rights in Japan.

The latest anime adaption, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, is presently running on Netflix and tells the story of Jolyne Cujoh. This will assist Hirohiko Araki’s franchise in reaching new heights. A new movie set’s future will also be available on the international market. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Hymn is a mobile game in development that was originally planned to only be available in Chinese areas, but has now expanded to include international fans of the Joestars and their Stands.

While this indicates that this JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure title will be released in North America and Europe, no further information is available at this time by KLab and Shengqu Game. There isn’t a formal title. A website is up and running, but it is only in Chinese. There are some blurbs on certain JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure arcs on the site. This indicates that the first five may be included in the game.

The logo for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Hymn was revealed in anticipation of the game’s imminent release, which was originally planned to be limited to Chinese-speaking territories but has now been expanded to include more players in this new take on the Joestars universe:

KLab and Shengqu Game

There were some JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile games available in Japan till recently. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Records was previously available through Bandai Namco. After nearly two years of operation, it was shut down in November 2019. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Shooters was also released. It was first opened in 2014 by Bandai Namco and then closed in April 2021.

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