The two companies first collaborated on the game app “Transformers: Legends,” which was released in April.
For G.I. Joe, the partners are planning a free-to-play mobile game called “G.I. Joe: Battleground,” in which players will lead and assemble teams of G.I. Joe heroes and COBRA villains in battle.
For Dungeons & Dragons, created by Hasbro subsidiary Wizards of the Coast, the game “Arena of War” will put players in the Forgotten Realms for a battle role-playing game that combines questing, character leveling and small team collaboration with in-game events and massively multi-player competitions.
Both games will be available on DeNA’s Mobage platform, Android and iOS devices later this year.
“Dungeons & Dragons and G.I. JOE are legendary IPs that have permeated popular culture,” says Clive Downie, chief executive officer, DeNA West. “Both properties offer
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