A collaboration between PUBG Mobile and the popular animated series Dragon Ball has been announced as Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO.
PUBG Mobile is one of the most played mobile games in the world. The partnership was announced on the PUBG Mobile social networking sites. The partnership just called “coming out” in 2023 in the statement. No more specific details are provided. Ads for the movie Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, to be shown in theaters worldwide in August and September 2022, were also featured in the announcement.
Dragon Ball just ended another partnership with Fortnite, another battle royale game. This partnership added in-game skins, emojis, Kamehameha quests. The new Dragon Ball partnership also includes an arcade game Kame Island, where players can trade with Bulma for rare items.
This PUBG Mobile Dragon Ball collaboration will feature characters that generations have grown up to love. Son Goku once defeated the Red Ribbon army. The superheroes in question are Piccolo and Gohan, who awaken in the face of danger.
In addition to partnering with other critically acclaimed anime and anime games like Neon Genesis Evangelion, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Arcane, PUBG Mobile will now bring the universe and beloved characters of generations to the open battlefield. expansion of PUBG Mobile in 2023.
A shared press release notes that there have been previous collaborations with anime: specifically, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Arcane. For example, the Neon Genesis Evangelion collaboration features themed skin items. The movie Dragon Ball: Super Hero is out now.
Meanwhile, just two weeks ago Dragon Ball came to Fortnite’s PUBG battle royale. That intersection has proven this IP to be incredibly popular, so it’s understandable why PUBG’s developers also want to boost collaboration between hit brands.
Earlier this month, PUBG publisher Krafton reported PUBG: Battlegrounds has gained 80,000 new players a day since it went free. It’s the full version of the game, but on mobile the game has shown an increase in “total playtime and frequency of play”.