Jump Force’s Launch Trailer Has Arrived Ahead of this Week’s Release
The final trailer for Jump Force ahead of its official release is here.
After originally being revealed last year during E3 2018, Bandai Namco’s upcoming fighting game Jump Force is finally slated to release just a few days from now. As a result, Bandai opted to today release the game’s launch trailer just before its arrival.
This new video mainly is meant to show off the insane action that Jump Force will boast along with many of the well-known characters that appear in the game’s roster. From Dragon Ball, to One Piece, Naruto, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and even Yu-Gi-Oh!, Jump Force boasts a roster that is likely every anime fans dream. Today’s trailer shows off many of these characters from each of these franchises duking it out with one another, and it’s a sight to behold.
As it stands, Bandai Namco has announced that the full roster for Jump Force has now been entirely revealed. The lineup features 40 different fighters in total comprised from 15 different properties. While this is where the roster is at right now, more fighters have been promised to be added to the game as DLC down the road.
If all goes well, we should hopefully have a review of Jump Force up within the next week or so. If you’re interested in reading more of our thoughts on the game though ahead of release, you can also check out our hands-on preview from last year at E3. Keep in mind that this version of Jump Force that we checked out was much further in development and only featured a handful of fighters for us to play with. Still, it should give you a better sense of what to expect from the game if you weren’t able to play it for yourself in the recent beta period.
You can find today’s new launch trailer attached below. Jump Force is slated to release later this week on February 15 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’d like to pre-order the game but still haven’t done so, you can currently place your order over on Amazon.
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