Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium debut trailer, details, and screenshots

Featuring Shonen Jump characters from 39 works at launch.

Konami has released the first trailer, information, and screenshots of , its newly announced online fighting game featuring characters from Shonen Jump due out for iOS and Android in Japan in 2018. Pre-registration is available now via the game’s official website.

Get the details below.

■ Jump Heroes Appear as Cute “Janjan Characters”

The popular characters of Weekly Shonen Jump appear recreated in the form of cute-looking “Janjan Characters” by Konami. In addition to lovely visuals, each character’s special techniques will reappear how they do in their original works.

*Characters from 39 works will appear in the game at launch, but more are planned to be added sequentially following release.

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

■ Simultaneous Four-Player Battle Royales

Use strong special techniques (SP moves) with simple one-button controls. Blow away the enemy to the outside of the stadium with controls that even beginners can enjoy with ease. While single-player is of course an option, a maximum of four users can play together, so link up with your friends for a heated battle royale.

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

Weekly Shonen Jump Jikkyou Janjan Stadium

The game will also have a “Live Broadcasting System,” among other features, that enhances the match’s sense of realism. More information about the game will be released in Weekly Shonen Jump and V-Jump, as well as on the game’s official website.

Watch the trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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