Chainsaw Man x White Cat Project Crossover Adds Denji

The fantasy world of mobile RPG White Cat Project (a.k.a. Shironeko Project) is getting a visit from Public Safety’s newest Devil Hunter. A newly announced Chainsaw x Man White Cat Project crossover will add Denji to the playable roster. The crossover kicks off on November 30, 2022 in Japan. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

The Chainsaw ManWhite Cat Project crossover will feature an original story starring Denji. He’ll be voiced by Kikunosuke Toya, his voice actor from the anime. Toya also recorded a brief hype message for potential players, available at this link. The Dengeki preview included a look at Denji’s character art.

Developer Colopl uploaded a brief teaser for the even on its YouTube channel. Below you can see previews of gameplay from the Chainsaw Man x White Cat Project crossover.

Denji appears rendered in the super-deformed 3D style befitting White Cat Project characters. As in the game, he moves freely about the battlefield, attacking enemies in isometric view. Players will actually control Denji in his human form at first. They can then transform into Denji’s Chainsaw form, which changes his fighting style and amps up the properties of his attacks. The teaser doesn’t specify how Denji fits into the game’s combat mechanics, but based on his fighting style, he may be a Cross Saber character. Denji can also relax in the in-game relaxation areas.

The White Cat Project crossover event with Chainsaw Man begins on November 30, 2022. The game is available on iOS and Android in Japan. Other anime crossovers with the game include Neon Genesis Evangelion.

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