BGMI is Partnering Up with Popular Anime Jujutsu Kaisen to Bring Special Event

Megumi, Satoru, Yuuji, and Nobara from the popular anime series Jujutsu Kaisen to arrive in BGMI!

BGMI Jujutsu Kaisen

As part of its February v1.8.5 update, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) released a new Team Deathmatch map called Santorini. BGMI has lately collaborated with a number of companies including Tesla, McLaren and more, to add new and exclusive features to the game.

Krafton has now begun teasing the game’s partnership with the popular manga and anime series Jujutsu Kaisen, which is said to arrive with the upcoming update. Let’s take a closer look at the partnership and what it could mean for BGMI.

Krafton to Add Four New Anime Characters to BGMI

As part of a new relationship that will be available to Erangel and Livik today, BGMI will add four important new characters namely Megumi, Satoru, Yuuji, and Nobara from the popular anime series Jujutsu Kaisen.

Players will also be able to interact with these newly added characters. According to a teaser video previously published by Krafton, the publisher, interested players will be able to select the Jujutsu Kaisen Theme in ranked match mode by tapping the arrow button on Erangel and Livik.

With the new update, players will be able to call for and fight the Boss Monster and Cursed Corpse by using Skull Grenades in the Battle Royale title. Players can defeat these monsters to win uncommon prizes. Krafton is also said to have incorporated sealed treasure chests in the game with loot items. Gamers can locate these boxes to find rare ingredients that can be swapped for rewards and accomplishments.

For those who are unaware, Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the best-selling manga series of all time, with over 50 million copies sold. The first season of Jujutsu Kaisen began airing in October 2020. The Anime series has risen in popularity among anime fans as one of the year’s coolest and most appreciated new anime series.

Alongside adding the new Anime characters, the developers have also introduced a new Santorini map. With this, BGMI will broaden the scope of team deathmatches to 16 players, allowing clans of eight players to band together and compete against one another. You can read about the new mode in detail over here.

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