Ninjala Battle Pass cover

Ninjala Battle Pass Promises More Adorable Shinobi Content

April 23, 2020

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

Ninjala Battle Pass is on the way for this upcoming free-to-play game that features colorful ninjas doing battle in a modern city.

Check out the third Ninjala Developer Diary to hear all about what's coming straight from the developers:

 

If you're not yet familiar with Ninjala, well... that's understandable. It's not even out yet! However, the developers at GungHo Online Entertainment have been grinding away to get it done in time for its launch date next month. They've also been putting out developer diaries detailing what you can expect from this game!

Ninjala lets up to eight players duke it out in a Battle Royale-style system where they try to accumulate the most points. Alternatively, you can also jump into a 4 vs.4 team battle and work with your friends to win the game!

 
 

The super-cute art style is one of the main highlights; you're able to customize your avatar in a bunch of different ways! Now, the developers have detailed exactly how that will work.

Ninjala Battle Pass slice

 
 

How will the Ninjala Battle Pass Work?

Just like many other free-to-play games, Ninjala will be using a "Battle Pass" system to deploy seasonal content to players. Each season of the battle pass is expected to last 8–10 weeks. That means we'll probably be getting around 5–8 seasons per year, largely depending on how much downtime there is between each season.

Each new season will bring with it a bunch of new content, including:

  • New weapons
  • New stages
  • New game functions
  • and more!

These seasons will be enhanced with a seasonal Battle Pass. Each Battle Pass will have 100 tiers in total, each of which will give players some cool rewards. From the look of things, it appears that there will be a free version and a premium paid version of the Battle Pass based on two separate reward tracks shown on screen.

This is far from the only new content coming in the game; you should scroll up and watch the full developer diary if you want all of the fine details. In the meantime, you can look forward to playing an open beta on Nintendo Switch which kicks off on April 28, 2020. You can read more about it on the game's official website.

 
 

Ninjala arrives on the Nintendo eShop on May 27, 2020.

What do you think of the Ninjala Battle Pass? Do you like the art style of this game? Let us know in the comments below!