JUMP: Assemble brings manga’s hottest heroes collectively for a MOBA recreation

JUMP: Assemble brings manga’s hottest heroes collectively for a MOBA recreation

Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Soar journal is residence to manga’s hottest characters, and so they’re about to get one other spin within the online game highlight. DeNA announced plans to unleash them on cellular units in JUMP: Assemble, a brand new MOBA that’s due out someday in 2024. There’s no phrase on an English launch, however to date it has its sights on launch in Southeast Asia and East Asia (excluding Japan).

Each character confirmed for Soar: Assemble

JUMP: Assemble goals to pit Shonen Soar characters in opposition to each other in five-on-five matches. To date eight manga collection have been confirmed together with pictures of their leads. Collection revealed embrace Mashle: Magic and Muscular tissues, Jujutsu Kaisen, Naruto, One Piece, Dragon Ball, Bleach, Demon Slayer, and Undead Unluck. You possibly can see them and their respective heroes within the announcement visible, from MASHLE‘s Mash Burnedead on the left to Undead Unluck‘s Andy on the proper. 

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In between these we’ve Yuji Itadori, Naruto, Monkey D. Luffy, Goku, Ichigo Kurosaki, and Tanjiro Kamado. There’ll most definitely be a lot extra the place these got here from. DeNA famous that extra titles and characters will probably be added to the sport sooner or later. 

Would possibly as properly JUMP

Past video games based mostly on particular person collection, the worlds of Shonen Soar manga most not too long ago collided with a whimper in 2019’s JUMP FORCE. That one was one other 3D area fighter melting a bunch of disparate licenses collectively in a single often awkward artwork fashion. Not all Soar-based video games have been duds, although; removed from it. One of many true standouts from the previous 20 years or so was Soar Final Stars, a Ganbarion-developed fighter that hit Nintendo DS in 2006. 

Will this be the following Soar Final Stars or will we be writing about its shutdown six months after launch? Time will inform!

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