JUMP: Assemble, an upcoming 5v5 MOBA begins closed beta test for Android in the Philippines

Bringing together the popular IPs!

JUMP: Assemble, a new entry to the 5v5 MOBA genre, has begun its closed beta test exclusively for Android users in the Philippines. This exciting venture is published by DeNA under Program Twenty Three.

JUMP: Assemble stands as a 5v5 MOBA game that unites numerous manga IPs featured in popular Japanese publisher Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. It has been authorized and co-produced by Shueisha, showcasing a rich array of well-known manga works, including iconic IPs like Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Demon Slayer, Jujutsu Kaisen, and many more.

In this game, players have the opportunity to control characters from these original works, engaging in thrilling battles with their friends. Set up in a top-down approach gameplay, the game offers several exciting features, including fantastic character combinations from various manga series. Apart from the traditional 5v5, game modes include 5v5 ranked team battles, 3v3v3 Dragon Ball battles, and more.

JUMP: Assemble gameplay
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Each IP character’s abilities are faithfully reproduced in the game, allowing players to utilize signature moves such as Goku’s Kamehameha and Luffy’s Gum-Gum Rocket to execute thrilling combos. I’m personally a fan of Dragon Ball and Jujutsu Kaisen, and I would love to use Itadori’s Black Flash or even Todo’s abilities if he’s available.

JUMP: Assemble will begin to roll out starting in 2024

Players in the Philippines are allowed to access the game via the Google Play Store for Android devices. However, as this is a limited Closed Beta, the JUMP: Assemble developers have confirmed that the data will reset after CBT and available slots and will be distributed on a daily quota basis. Players should follow up on their official Discord channel since the registration times will be announced exclusively on Discord.

Speaking of launch, the creators have shared their plans for the release of JUMP: Assemble in traditional Chinese and Korean versions, with a primary focus on Southeast Asia and East Asia (excluding Japan) starting in 2024. The game will subsequently become available in other regions globally, and the rollout will be in a sequential manner.

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