A New Battle Begins On The Switch With Jump Force

Jump Force

Jump Force is making the jump over to the Switch with more characters also flowing out there for our Jump Force rosters

It looks like Switch players will not be left out of the Jump Force fun that PS4, Xbox One, and PC gamers have been enjoying for a while now. The game is finally making the leap over to the console thanks to Bandai Namco so more players can make their fantasy anime team-ups happen in the fighting arenas Something that I am certain many out there would like to have on the go when needed so they can prove each other wrong in their fights. All you will have to do is pick up the Jump Force Deluxe Edition and you will be ready to roll. Whenever it launches out there for you that is, as there is no date for this as of the original posting of this.

In addition to this new platform, and technically new bundle, for Jump Force also comes along with the announcement that there is going to be a second character pass for members to join the roster of 50 fighters here. All of which will be available for all platforms when it launches and will add in five new fighters for those out there to enjoy. The first is Shoto Todoroki from My Hero Academia with the other four still shrouded in mystery as to what will come to Jump Force. Outside of the IPs they will hail from. Those being YuYu Hakusho, Hunter x Hunter, Bleach, and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure for those holding out hope for certain characters.

Jump Force — Nintendo Switch

Leading video game publisher and developer Bandai Namco Entertainment America has announced Jump Force Deluxe Edition for the Nintendo Switch console, set to release through the Americas. Take control of mighty heroes and evil villains from popular manga franchises spanning over 50 years of the influential Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, published by Shueisha. Battle with or against characters from Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Naruto, and many other franchises in a knockout brawl for Earth’s survival.

Jump Force Deluxe Edition comes to the Nintendo Switch with a roster of over 50 playable characters hailing from 16 different Weekly Shonen Jump franchises including all previously released DLC characters from the Season 1 Character Pass. Players can create a team of three using their favorite characters or discover a new favorite series with the breadth of character options available. Players also have the ability to create their own unique avatar to use in both Story and Versus Modes.

Play against friends and foes through both offline and online battles. A new offline 3 vs. 3 mode is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch version of Jump Force Deluxe Edition, allowing for six friends to each control a character and battle it out together. In this mode, each player controls a character on their team of three and will enter the fight when their character is tagged into the battle. Strategic thinking and knowing when to tag players in and out of the battle will be key to success.

The Jump Force Character Pass 2 has also been announced today for all versions of the game for $17.99. Character Pass 2 will come with five new playable characters, the first being Shoto Todoroki from My Hero Academia, and the rest coming from the following manga franchises: YuYu Hakusho, Hunter x Hunter, Bleach, and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. More information regarding Character Pass 2 will be released at a later date.

Jump Force — Shoto Todoroki

Will you be picking up the Jump Force Deluxe Edition for the Switch now or will you only be going with the character pass that will be coming along? Are these new characters coming from IPs you were hoping for or are you still waiting for those hidden gems to be added in? What characters are you still holding out hope for and do you think they ever will come here? Let us and the world know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. For more on Jump Force, be sure to keep checking in here. We will keep it all coming to you as best as we can.