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All Might Is Here As Jump Force's Second DLC Character

All Might is the second of three DLC characters coming to Jump Force in May.

April 13, 2019

On Thursday, Bandai Namco announced that All Might from My Hero Academia will be joining Jump Force’s roster as the game’s second DLC character. You can check out some new in-game screenshots of the world’s mightiest hero down below.

This is one of the few times I wish Jump Force included English voice acting so I could pit Christopher Sabat’s characters against one another (since he voices All Might and Vegeta). All Might is the second character making an appearance from the My Hero Academia series. He acts as a mentor to Deku, also known as Izuku Midoriya, who’s already a playable character in the game.

Before All Might, Seto Kaiba of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series was revealed to be the first DLC character in Jump Force. There’ll be a total of three new characters added to the game sometime in May. We’ll likely get the final character reveal sometime later this month or very early into next month. Additionally, the game’s May update will also add a World Tournament stage, a raid boss event, online link mission, and new customization items in the form of costumes and skills.

While I’m not the biggest fan of Jump Force, the team behind the game has undoubtedly been choosing some really popular Shonen Jump characters. I’m definitely curious to see who’s up next, but not sure any DLC will make me eager to return to the game’s clunky combat. If you’re a My Hero Academia fan and want to try out, in my opinion, a much better video game definitely give My Hero: One’s Justice a shot.

Jump Force is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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