At Gamescom 2018, Bandai Namco revealed six more iconic anime characters joining Jump Force during. Included among them are Gon and Hisoka, characters from Hunter x Hunter.
Other characters showcased include the Saiyan Prince Vegeta from Dragon Ball Z and Sanji, Sabo and Blackbeard from One Piece. You can see them all in action in the latest trailer below.
Other characters previously confirmed include Dragon Ball Z's Goku and Frieza, Luffy and Zoro from One Piece, Ichigo, Rukia and Aizen from Bleach and Naruto and Sasuke, the legendary bromance duo from Naruto. Bandai Namco has yet to announce the total number of characters planned for the core roster of the game, but the newly announced fighters bring Jump Force up to 15 confirmed fighters from famous shounen anime.
Jump Force is planned for a 2019 release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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