Jump Force Patch Will Allow You to Skip Its Terrible Cutscenes

Jump Force Patch Will Allow You to Skip Its Terrible Cutscenes

Jump Force will be receiving a path in the next few days that will allow players to skip its cutscenes as well as cutting down loading time.

A patch is currently in the works for Jump Force that will improve loading time, allow you to skip its cutscenes, as well as stability and battle bug fixes. This patch should be available across platforms, “in the coming days.”

Unskippable cutscenes can be unbearable, looking at you Kingdom Hearts and the infamous “there’s no way you’re taking Kairi’s heart” cutscene prior to fighting Riku a second time, so its good to hear that option will be coming soon. This is also good because Jump Force‘s cutscenes, and story, are pretty bad. Not only do the character models look really out of place, especially when compared to the fantastic Dragon Ball FighterZ of early last year, but they lack any sense of emotion and are instead rigid faces that happen to have mouths that flap. You can read our full review of Jump Force, which was found to be a mediocre game, for more details about one of today’s big releases.

Jump Force is a 3D fighting game from Bandai Namco whose roster is stretched across the history of Weekly Shonen Jump, a weekly anthology that is one of the longest-running and best-selling manga magazines in Japan. Characters in Jump Force span the gamut of Black Clover, Bleach, Dragon Ball Z, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Hunter X Hunter, Naruto, One Piece, and Yu Yu Hakusho. Apparently Light Yagami of Death Note does indeed make appearances but isn’t playable? Which is disappointing considering Yami Yugi, whose only skill is at du-du-du-du-du-dueling, can be played.