Season 4 also announced, introducing a new stage, weapons, Shinobi Cards, and other gameplay improvements
TOKYO, Japan – December 8, 2020 – GungHo Online Entertainment (GOE) launched a new collaboration event between the bubble-gum brawler Ninjala and dungeon-crawling collectathon Puzzle & Dragons. This latest collaboration brings new avatar outfits, BGM tracks from Puzzle & Dragons, and more collectibles. It is live now through January 6, 2021.
For the collaboration, new items will be available in the Specialty Shop.
- Three new avatar outfits based on Puzzle & Dragons characters can be purchased, including Red Dragon Caller, Sonia; Valkyrie; and Hattori Hanzo.
- BGM tracks from Puzzle & Dragons’ in-game BGM will be bundled with each outfit.
- Players can also purchase a Toragon-themed mask and a REMDra Gum Utsusemi.
- Additionally, players can earn a special Puzzle & Dragons IPPON decoration as a battle reward from Quick Battles, Ninja Battles, and Featured Battles.
To celebrate the collaboration, Puzzle & Dragons GOLD will be available on sale for 66 percent off in the Nintendo eShop.
SEASON 4 DETAILS
GOE also announced Season 4 in a recent Dev Diary. The new season is packed with content and will begin on January 7, 2021 and last until March 24, 2021.
Season 4 includes:
- New stage, Fort Riverdale, is a London-themed ‘nighttime’ stage, the first of its kind. It features a giant clocktower, a gum factory, and a background filled with beautiful city skylines. The stage has more elevation differences than previous maps and features two new gimmicks: the Warp Gate and the Giant Gum Gacha.
- Warp Gate allows players to travel between similarly colored Warp Gates around the stage. Think of it like the Underground, except actually fast.
- Giant Gum Gacha is triggered by pressing a switch, spitting out a piece of gum with a variety of effects. It could increase players’ S-Energy, but watch out! Some gum may even cause damage.
- Two new Katana type weapons, Scrap Saber and Chewing V, cuts ahead of the competition.
- New Ninjutsu, Shinobi Disco, creates a dance field that forces all who enter to bust a move! Other actions will be tough to pull out when boogying to the beat.
- New Special, Froggy Block, summons a box-wall either in front of players as a normal attack or near a targeted opponent as a wide attack.
- Two new Shinobi Cards are ready for play, including Energy Hoarder, which increases the amount of S-Energy recovered when collecting it on the map; and Quick Respawn, which allows players to respawn in place with low health up to three times.
- Other improvements incoming includes decreased time between finding and starting a match, favorites now able to be saved separately, and spectators being able to host a room.
What’s Next for the Ninjala Cartoon Anime and a Partnership with Bandai
The next chapter of the Ninjala cartoon anime is also around the corner, highlighting everyone’s favorite dancing, crime-fighting superstar Emma!
GOE is also partnering with Bandai to release Ninjala Collection Card Vol. 1, collectable cards each depicting a Ninjala character and a Gum Weapon in the United States, France, Spain, Japan, and all throughout Asia. Scanning a Collection code on the back of the cards triggers a minigame, and players can earn tier points and exclusive in-game rewards from playing it. Are you ready to collect them all?
Review codes for Story Mode Chapter 2 are available upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for codes.
Press assets for the game can be found here.
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