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Cell and Piccolo join Jump Force

Today Bandai Namco announced that fans can now pre-order Jump Force on Xbox One and PC and on PS4 this Friday 23rd November , 2018.

Also they reveal two new characters from Dragon Ball, our favorite green guy/babysitter Piccolo and Cell, a genetically designed warrior who possesses the traits of all earth’s greatest fighters.

As we mention in our previous post they added new items for the customization mode and with this two new characters they will have new items to unlock to customize your avatar, with this tools the player can create thousands of unique possibilities to create the perfect avatar.

Three digital versions of the game are available to pre-order:

  • The Standard Edition
  • The Deluxe Edition – features the standard game as well as the characters pass – providing a further nine new DLC characters released post-launch, as well as four days early-access to each DLC.
  • The Ultimate Edition – contains all of the above, plus 16 additional t-shirts for your in-game avatar, a starter pack containing additional items and boosts as well as three days of early access to the full game before anyone else!

Players that pre-order any version of the game will also receive one additional lobby vehicle and three exclusive avatar costumes to use in-game.

Check out some Screenshots:

Jump Force is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 14, 2019 in Japan, and PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 15, 2019 in the Americas and Europe.

The game’s producer Kōji Nakajima noted in an interview at E3 that the game will contain characters who will have their first video game appearance. The game will also draw primarily from Weekly Shonen Jump franchises that are based on “heroes” with “superpowers;” Nakajima downplayed the possibility of the appearance of franchises such as The Prince of Tennis and Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma.

Spike Chunsoft previously worked on the J-Stars Victory VS+ game. Like Jump Force, that game is also a crossover featuring characters from Weekly Shonen Jump characters. That game shipped in Japan for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in 2014, and in the West for the same platforms as well as the PS4 in 2015. Spike Chunsoft also developed the One Piece: Burning Blood game, which shipped in 2016.

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