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Jump Force Brings Goku, Naruto, And More Together For A Giant Battle
12 June 2018, 12:03 | Cameron Gross
‘Jump Force’ Brings Anime Icons Together in 2019
Watching Naruto, Monkey, and Goku team up also makes the game feel like the manga/anime Avengers.
If you missed Microsoft's press conference, Jump Force was that game in the middle of the presentation where angular, uncanny-valley anime dudes beat the shit out of each other in a burning Times Square.
Bandai Namco describes the game like so: "universes collide as legendary manga heroes and villains are transported to our reality".
Jump Force Announced by Bandai Namco: Dragon Ball Z, Naruto, and One Piece Crossover [UPDATED]
A final shot in the trailer also showed a character from Death Note. "Jump Force gives fans of manga and anime a dream opportunity to see their favorite heroes come to life in our world in a globetrotting adventure filled with explosive battles of epic proportions". Today, the company confirmed its latest anime-centric title with Bandai Namco, and the world can not stop talking about Jump Force.
Check out the first trailer for Jump Force above. Many additional characters from other Shonen Jump manga series will likely be added to Jump Force before it will be officially released in 2019. Already, this is quite the party for Shonen Jump alumni.
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