Stage Gimmick: The spikes on the stage inflict gradual damage to all combatants except Ripple users (while they have Ripple Gauge remaining) and immortal characters (vampires and Pillar Men). If a combatant is knocked onto the spikes, they will take considerable damage.
Stage Gimmick: If a combatant is knocked into the neon "AIR" sign, each letter of the sign will independently malfunction and fall forward, dealing additional damage to the victim and anybody underneath.
Situation Finish: The defeated combatant is sent crashing into a water tower, recreating Kakyoin's death scene. If Kakyoin himself is the combatant in question, the manga panel showing his death appears, and his body remains for the rest of the match.
Stage Gimmick 1: Certain characters may ride Rohan's motorcycle and perform offensive maneuvers on it, allowing for surprise attacks and quick traversal of the map. The bike can otherwise be picked up and thrown as an explosive, inflicting heavy damage and setting the target area on fire.
Stage Gimmick 2: Café Deux Magots serves an espresso or other refreshment to any combatant who stops by at the glowing table, restoring their health.
Situation Finish: The last defeated combatant finds themselves in Ghost Girl's Alley, where the hands of the dead drag them off into the unknown, recreating Yoshikage Kira's final defeat.
Stage Gimmick 1: Combatants that fall off the cliff are bounced across the stage to safety by Echoes ACT2's onomatopoeia, similarly to how Koichi saved Yukako.
Stage Gimmick 2: Bouncing onomatopoeia created by Echoes ACT2 can bounce combatants to various locations around the stage.
Stage Gimmick 3: Sizzling onomatopoeia created by Echoes ACT2 can damage and knock back combatants who touch it, potentially into other onomatopoeia. They will also attract Kira's Sheer Heart Attack if it strays too close.
Stage Gimmick 1: Prosciutto will occasionally patrol the area, attacking anyone who comes near him with The Grateful Dead. Prosciutto's presence also slows all mortal combatants down to a walk due to his Stand's aging ability. Ice trays found scattered around the stage can nullify the aging effect. Prosciutto has a health bar of his own, and can be attacked and defeated by combatants.
Stage Gimmick 2: Once Prosciutto is defeated, Pesci will occasionally exit the train and attempt to snare combatants with Beach Boy. Any combatant caught by Pesci's hook will be left vulnerable to opponents and may eventually be slammed into the side of the train.
Stage Gimmick 1: Mr.President's key can be found somewhere within the stage. Any combatant who picks it up can enter the wandering Coco Jumbo, restoring their health and healing any status ailments.
Stage Gimmick 2: Chariot Requiem occasionally appears and causes any who enter its range to fall asleep, leaving them vulnerable to attacks. Requiem's accompanying light source will linger behind a random combatant, frequently switching between combatants. Destroying the light source will temporarily banish Requiem.
Stage Gimmick 1: Money can be found scattered across the stage. If a combatant gathers enough money, they can pay Gwess to have Goo Goo Dolls shrink their opponents. Shrunken characters take more damage, move slower, and are unable to attack or guard, but are able to enter grates throughout the map in order to teleport and escape attackers.
Stage Gimmick 2: Emporio frequently appears in various trash cans around the stage and offers his hand, allowing combatants to teleport between trash cans via Burning Down the House.
Stage Gimmick 3: Limp Bizkit occasionally summons an invisible zombie alligator onto the stage, attacking anyone in its way. The alligator has its own health bar and can be defeated.
Stage Gimmick: Tsurugi occasionally opens the hatch to the house's basement and allows a combatant to rest there, restoring their health and healing any status ailments.
Cairo Overpass: The overpass where Jotaro Kujo defeats DIO. A section of the bridge is destroyed, and an overturned oil tanker blocks the other side. The stage serves as the backdrop for the first battle in Story Mode, but is otherwise inaccessible.
Cairo Streets and Cairo Airport appear in cutscenes during the game's Story Mode. These locations cannot be selected or used as battlegrounds.
Cairo Overpass (Over Heaven Space): The overpass where Jotaro Kujo defeats DIO in the original universe. Heaven Ascension DIO transports this overpass into Over Heaven Space for his final battle against Jotaro and Jolyne. Having been ripped from its proper universe, portions of the road are torn off and suspended in midair as platforms. The stage serves as the backdrop for the final battle in Story Mode, but is otherwise inaccessible.
An empty variation of Over Heaven Space appears in cutscenes during the game's Story Mode. This location cannot be selected or used as a battleground.