Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash arrives in February 2024

The release date has been sealed.

The world of Gege Akutami’s Jujutsu Kaisen is about to enter a whole new domain: video games. As revealed in today’s trailer, Byking and Bandai Namco’s Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash launches on February 2, 2024.

What does the Jujutsu Kaisen game cover?

In the game, players make their own 2v2 teams with more than 15 characters from the manga/show to choose from. As each character has their own set of abilities and attacks, combining them with others can lead to unique power dynamics

Narrative-wise, Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash adapts the events of season one of the anime, as well as Jujutsu Kaisen 0. In the story mode, you’ll face familiar villains like Sukuna and Jogo and learn about the hidden world of sorcerers. With co-op and competition modes, you’ll be able to team up with fellow sorcerers online and face others worldwide in casual or ranked battles. Players will also get to customize their face cards and fighters via costumes. New outfits and cards can be unlocked through gameplay and future DLC.

Screenshot via PlayStation YouTube

Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash will be available in three editions: standard, digital deluxe, and digital ultimate. While the standard only includes the base game, the digital deluxe has the Hidden Inventory/Premature Death DLC and a minigame based on Jujusta 2024 Baseball. Furthermore, the digital ultimate edition comes with all that plus a digital artbook and soundtrack. Additionally, it comes with a costume pack adapting outfits from the “Lost in Paradise” end theme from season one. If you preorder the game, you’ll receive the First-Year Jujutsu High DLC costume pack.

Jujutsu Kaisen Cursed Clash expands onto current-gen consoles on February 2, 2024. Pre-orders for Xbox, PC, and PlayStation consoles are available now, with Nintendo Switch’s to be available at a later date.

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