Jump Force is nearing ever closer with its release just two months away, February 15, 2018. And as we near the final stretch of waiting we’ve got a fresh, new trailer to help satiate the hunger or perhaps entice the appetite even further beyond. Take a look at what’s to come in Jump Force down below:
Players will have access to a variety of customization options for their personal avatar, including your character’s move list and choice aesthetic appearance. You’ll be able to mix and match trait attacks from your favorite JUMP universes; allowing for a move list consisting of Chakra, Nen, and Devil Fruit abilities as an example. Cosmetics are also derived from these different JUMP worlds, letting the player cosplay to their heart’s content.
Aside from this latest trailer we’ve also got confirmation of the inclusion of a beloved hero-in-training… Pulling away from his dedicated studies within Class 1-A is the one and only Izuku Midoriya of My Hero Academia! This smashing announcement is one of many that have sprung up over the past few days.
Yesterday (December 18, 2018) saw the reveal of three characters joining the roster of Jump Force; Renji Abarai of Bleach, Trunks of Dragon Ball Z, and Boa Hancock of One Piece.
The day before that, December 17, 2018, came the announcement of the Magic Knight, Asta, from Black Clover, marking him as the first representative of that respective JUMP series within Jump Force. And the “Marine Ford” stage, which was revealed on that very same day; a setting which played out a destructive war between pirates and marines of One Piece.
The announcements for Jump Force have been flooding in day after day; unveiling newcomers like they’re a dime a dozen commodity. Who knows how long this trend will continue with the release of this crossover title right around the corner? One would assume the roster count is coming to a conclusive end, yet characters keep getting revealed left and right. Hell, we might actually receive new announcements leading all the way up until launch at this rate.
Jump Force will launch on February 15, 2018, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.