Published on June 11th, 2018 | by thec0re3


12 Minutes Of Game Play Revealed For Jump Force!!

Some of you may have witnessed Namco Bandai pull the covers off an upcoming all-star arena-style fighting game at Mircosoft’s E3 press conference featuring characters from the popular Shonen Jump manga’s. With only just a teaser trailer featuring iconic characters Naruto, Goku, Frieza, and Luffy, we could not divulge much information. Lucky for us, IGN managed to get a sit down with the game producer Koji Nakajima as we watched 12 minutes of gameplay while we learned more about this brand new title.

Many new outlets like ourselves believe that Spike Chunsoft, the creators of J-Stars Victory Vs., a title that was released on last-gen consoles, are the brains behind this new title which is definitely an upgrade from J-Stars giving us a more photo-realistic visual than we have seen from these titles in the past. One of the more interesting tidbits that came out of this gameplay interview was the game’s location as we learned it would take place on earth in real life locales such as modern day cities.

We also noticed the destructible environments as we saw Dragon Ball villain Frieza fly into a gas truck causing a massive explosion and what looked to be a stage transition soon after. As we mentioned before, the game hints at an arena-style 3 vs 3 tag team fighter similar to that of the Naruto Shippuden and Dragon Ball Xenoverse series so expect a lot of flashy cinematics, large environments with a ton of movement and melee combat in the mix.

New reveals are already incoming, something the producer eluded to during the video, as we caught this glimpse of the roster screen above for what has been said to be an E3 demo so make sure and stay tuned for more video game footage and information. Jump Force will be available on the Playstation 4,  Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

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