Goddess of Victory: Nikke Reveals Characters for Chainsaw Man Collaboration

The Chainsaw Man anime collaboration is coming to Goddess of Victory: Nikke for iOS, Android, & PC, and the developers have revealed the featured characters and designs.


Published: February 19, 2023 12:53 PM /

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Shift Up revealed the characters for the upcoming Chainsaw Man collaboration coming to Goddess of Victory: Nikke and their design. 

We get to see Makima, Power, and Himeno, and the weapons they use. We also see their character design in Nikke's art style including their animation, and for Himeno, we also get to take a look at her skills. 

You can check them all out below. 

The collaboration will launch on February 22, so there are only a few days left for players to wait before they can get a chance to unlock Chainsaw Man's girls. 

Goddess of Victory: Nikke is currently available for PC, iOS, and Android. It's free-to-play with optional microtransactions and it has proven to be quite popular since its mobile release worldwide back in November 2022. The PC version has just been released a few days ago, and can be downloaded from the game's official website, making it more accessible for players who prefer to play on a big screen. It also support cross-play and cross-progression with the mobile version.  

If you're unfamiliar with the name Shift Up, it’s the studio that created the popular mobile game Destiny Child and its CEO is famous South Korean artist Hyung-tae Kim. You may be familiar with him for his gorgeous character design in the Magna Carta series and in Blade & Souls.

Currently, the studio is also working on a PS5 action game, originally codenamed Project EVE and recently renamed Stellar Blade

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