KLab is working on a yet untitled JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game with worldwide distribution rights
KLab has announced an upcoming JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game for players across the globe. The popular anime series will soon land on iOS and Android devices in most (if not all) regions, as KLab has just acquired worldwide distribution rights for the mobile title.
Oddly enough, the acquisition of worldwide rights for the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game doesn't include Japan, but it's already being developed in partnership with Shengqu Games. With this, KLab is expanding its distribution of the title from the previously announced Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. The Japanese mobile game developer and publisher also has Love Live! School Idol Festival, Bleach: Brave Souls and Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team under its belt.
According to the official press release, KLab is targeting more revenue opportunities using its "Overseas Game Development Support Model", which involves obtaining licenses from Japanese IPs and developing games in partnership with devs from overseas to craft games with a more international audience.
Details about the untitled JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure mobile game are sparse at the moment, but for now, you can head on over to the official website to stay updated on all the latest developments. You can also discover more about Shengqu Games from its official website, where you can find more info on their other titles such as Legend of Mir2, The World of Legend, Dragon Nest, Final Fantasy XIV, Mir Mobile and more.
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