JUMP: Assemble to Debut Soon Featuring Iconic Anime and Manga Characters
The highly anticipated MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) title, Jump Assemble is set to debut soon with pre-registrations open for all interested participants. The upcoming game is published by Japanese gaming company DeNa and is the first MOBA title produced in collaboration with Shueisha, the publication behind Weekly Shōnen Jump. The JUMP: Assemble MOBA game is said to feature playable characters from various iconic manga and anime series. Aside from the classic 5v5 game mode the upcoming MOBA title will feature another unique game mode featuring the Dragonball franchise.
Jump: Assemble officially announced featuring iconic anime and manga characters
DeNA officially unveils its latest gaming title, JUMP: Assemble. Teaming up with Shueisha, this officially authorized MOBA mobile game is set to feature characters from the Weekly Shōnen Jump such as Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, BLEACH, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, "Jujutsu Kaisen, Undead Unluck, and Mashle: Magic and Muscles.
To provide players with a deeper understanding of the game's features, the Product Director of "JUMP: Assemble," Zhu Hongyu, presented an overview of the gameplay during the event. The classic 5v5 competitive mode is designed with the elements of "Dragon Ball" as the conceptual basis for the "5V5 map, "allowing teams to claim victory by destroying the enemy base.
In addition to the classic mode, various gameplay options are available, including training grounds and 1v1 battles. The game also introduces a new and original mode, "The Dragon Ball Battle," incorporating classic elements from Dragon Ball's storyline. In this mode's map, players either collect all 7 Dragon Balls or have the highest score at the end of the match to secure victory.
DeNA Taiwan's representative, Chen Mingkuan, shared his thoughts about the overwhelming support of fans since the closed beta test.
"During the recent closed beta test, we witnessed the success of the game. The limited slots available each day during the test were quickly filled within minutes, showing a remarkable performance. DeNA will continue to expand into the gaming market, starting from Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau, and further venturing into Southeast Asia and Korean markets. We hope that "JUMP: Assemble" will not only be a game but also a bridge connecting different cultures and players," he stated.
Jump: Assemble pre-registration details
Interested fans can pre-register now and grab a plethora of rewards including an in-game skin trial card for either Son Goku, Monkey D. Luffy, or Naruto Uzumaki.
Participants can also join the Jump: Assemble Bingo Game where they have a chance to earn Weekly Shōnen Jump official merchandise.
Here are the links for players who are interested in pre-registering for the upcoming MOBA title;