• remind me tomorrow
  • remind me next week
  • never remind me
Subscribe to the ANN Newsletter • Wake up every Sunday to a curated list of ANN's most interesting posts of the week. read more

FuRyu Announces New Beyblade X: XONE Game for Switch, PC

posted on by Alex Mateo
1st online battle game for franchise launches on November 14 in Japan

FuRyu announced on Wednesday a new game in the Beyblade franchise titled Beyblade X: XONE . The game will launch for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam in Japan on November 14. According to the company, this is the game for the series with online battles.

Image via Beyblade X: XONE's website

There will be a special Beyblade "Shinobi Knife 4-60LF Metal Coat: Blue" exclusive to physical copies of the Switch version.

Image via Beyblade X: XONE's website

The game includes a single-player mode with a new story and characters, as well as online multiplayer. Players can customize Beyblades and use them to fight. The game features stadiums with X Lines and the X Dash from the Beyblade X anime. There is also an "Active Gauge" that is original to the game.

The television anime of Takara Tomy's Beyblade X project will premiere globally in summer. The Beyblade X anime premiered in Japan on TV Tokyo and its affiliates on October 6.

The Beyblade X toy line will also launch this summer.

Takara Tomy announced the Beyblade X project in March 2023. Takara Tomy describes the project as the "4th generation," after the original 1999 Beyblade (Bakuten Shoot Beyblade), 2008's Beyblade: Metal Fusion (Metal Fight Beyblade), and 2015's Beyblade Burst.

Homura Kawamoto (Kakegurui), Hikaru Muno (High Card), and Posuka Demizu (The Promised Neverland) launched the Beyblade X manga in Shogakukan's Monthly Coro Coro Comics magazine in June 2023. Kawamoto and his younger brother Muno are credited with the original story, and Demizu is drawing the manga.

Beyblade Burst QuadStrike, the seventh season of the Beyblade Burst anime series, premiered on Disney XD in April 2023 and on Hulu that May in the U.S. Episodes streamed on YouTube following the U.S. premieres. The anime also aired on the company's additional regional broadcast partners. The show had 26 22-minute episodes.

Sources: Beyblade X: Xone's website, press release via Gematsu

discuss this in the forum (4 posts) |
bookmark/share with: short url

News homepage / archives