The attention to detail with the setting and stages seem to be meticulously created to represent the scenes in which the epic battles from the various story arcs take place, and being able to see more of the 3D action really fleshes out the movesets of each stand ability. That said, Eyes of Heaven will also follow an original story supervised by series creator Hirohiko Araki.
In this new title, Joseph Joestar, Kujo Jotaro, Higashikata Josuke, Kakyoin Noriaki, and Caesar Zeppeli will return to the action while new characters Diego Brando from Steel Ball Run and Rudol von Stroheim from Battle Tendency will join.
The developers behind JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Eyes of Heaven have carefully responded to fan feedback regarding nearly every aspect of the game. Feedback has already resulted in fairly significant changes to the second demo, when compared to the first, and we can assume with some safety that feedback will once again be held in high regard by Bandai Namco.
Furthermore, players who had issues with the inclusion of micotransactions in All Star Battle will be happy to hear that JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Eyes of Heaven will not feature anything of the sort. “In this game, there won’t be any microtransactions or paid downloadable content,” Matsuyama said. “There might be downloadable content elements like stuff you’ll get as a first-run bonus maybe, but none of it is paid.
First-print copies of the game will receive a download code to play as Jotaro Kujo from Part IV: Diamond is Unbreakable.