Ninjala 1st Anniversary Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Crossover Underway

Ninjala Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

Gungho Entertainment have announced a crossover with Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, to celebrate the 1st anniversary of Ninjala. 

As previously reported, players choose from a cast of quirky ninja kids with customizable outfits and bubblegum-based superpowers. The game features two multiplayer modes: 8-player free-for-all, and 4v4 team brawls. The multiplayer portion of the game is free-to-play, with the story content being released as episodic DLC packs.

As stated in the press release (via email), the developers are celebrating the game’s 1st anniversary with a cross over with Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Until August 30th, players can pick up nine avatar outfits based on the series characters. You can find them below.

  • Shinobi Shop
    • Tanjiro Kamado
    • Nezuko Kamado
    • Zenitsu Agatsuma
    • Inosuke Hashibira
    • Kanao Tsuyuri
    • Giyu Tomioka
    • Shinobu Kocho
    • Kyojuro Rengoku
  • Collab Gacha
    • Muzan Kibutsuji

All costumes in the Shinobi Shop can be purchased for 2,000 Jala each, while Muzan Kibutsuji is available in the Collab Gacha shop. The Collab Gacha shop also offers Ninja-Gum weapon skins based on the weapons wielded by anjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke, Kanao, Giyu, Shinobu, and Rengoku.

In addition, the Shinobi Shop offers a Demon Slayer T-shirt, Tanjiro-themed Gum Bottle skin, nine event-exclusive Utsuemi, eight Demon Slayer IPPON decorations, seven emotes, and 20 Stickers. Players who log in will also get a free Demon Slayer: Logo Sticker, and a free Nezuko IPPON Decoration as a battle reward for Quick Battle, Ninjala Battle, Featured Battle, or Ninjala Tournament.

On August 28th, players can earn exclusive rewards via the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Cup Ninjala Tournament. All those who join will receive a Demon Slayer: Total Concentration! Sticker for participating, and a Tanjiro IPPON Gum skin as battle reward drops. Top players will win a special IPPON Decoration and a Gourd Burst Emote.

You can find the teaser trailer below.

Ninjala is available and free-to-play on Nintendo Switch.

Image: Press release (via email)



Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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