As of this morning, we now have six minutes of footage of the game in action, which makes getting an idea of how it actually plays is now much easier. There was also a hint at Death Note towards the end of trailer. Bandai Namco states that it's trying to bring the characters to life with a more realistic design to showcase the fact that game takes place in the real world. Now, in Jump Force-or when it arrives in 2019 on multiple platforms-players will have the chance to pit top-tier fighters from across disparate stories against each other in ways that fans could only have dreamed of up to this point.
Powered by Unreal Engine 4, Jump Force does look like a pretty impressive game in terms of graphics.
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Monkey D. Luffy, Goku, Naruto, Frieza, Sasuke, and Zoro.
The trailer revealed at Microsoft's press briefing showed this pretty well, but we now know a few more details about the game thanks to the official press release. If we had to guess, Jump Force will involve many more popular anime characters from different Shonen Jump series, and we look forward to discovering the entire roster in the future. Notably, he stated that there would be characters present that haven't really been in video games before.