JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven Now Available On PSN

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure EoH

Bandai Namco announced the launch of CyberConnect2’s latest fighting game, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven which takes a new direction with an all new plot written by the author of the original hit manga series. The game is now available digital only exclusively on PSN for the PlayStation 4.

Presenting a unique two-versus-two style of gameplay, players can select their team of combatants from over 50 different characters, each with unique signature attacks that fans of the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series know and love. Characters in JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: EYES OF HEAVEN are classified by specialized fighting styles, giving clues to the type of attacks a character may deploy along with specific strategies players may use in the midst of battle. The fighting styles can include summoning a fighting spirit to battle alongside the player’s character, harnessing energy to perform powerful attacks, fighting on horseback, and more. Players with an understanding of how each character operates will be able to tactically fight alongside their partner as they stylishly lay waste to their opponents. Knowledge of each character’s fighting style is especially critical in the game’s four-player multiplayer mode that enables two teams to battle each other in online matches where communication and teamwork will be key factors to achieve victory.

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