Jump Force has been showcasing more of its DLC fighters in screenshots and trailers as of late. And thanks to Anime Expo, a new trailer for Katsuki Bakugo from My Hero Academia has been revealed. Through it, we get to see his full explosive might as his uses his powerful Quirk to take down his enemies:
The trailer opens up with him wailing on his opponent — which of course happens to be his long-time rival Deku — using his explosion-based Quirk to set up what must be some pretty damaging combos. He finishes up with a Super Attack, which looks agonizing to be on the receiving end of.
Also is it just me or does Bakugo seem to have better facial and character animation than 90 percent of the roster? Maybe some of the animators are huge fans of the character and wanted to do him justice. Or, considering how expressive he is in both the manga and anime they realized they needed to put even more effort into his animations. Regardless, he looks great and I’m sure fans will be happy to get their hands on the young spitfire.
There’s also plenty of screenshots of Bakugo released beforehand, showing off a bit more of his combat prowless. He was previously revealed, along with several other DLC characters, as the final lineup of fighters joining Jump Force. All Might, also from the same IP, was the second DLC character to join in on the massive crossover.
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Bandai Namco announced today that the first set of DLC for the Shonen Anime fighter Jump Force. The set includes three different fighters; Biscuit, Seto Kaiba, and All Might.
Biscuit is a character from Hunter x Hunter. Her abilities include immense strength and speed among other things. Seto Kaiba is from Yu-Gi-Oh, where he is the rival of the main protagonist Yugi Moto. Kaiba uses his iconic Blue Eyes White Dragons as well as the Egyptian God card Obelisk, the Tormentor. All Might is the mascot of the current phenomenon My Hero Academia and is the mentor of the main protagonist Deku (Midoriya) and passes down his power of All for One to him.
This is the first set of characters to come out for Jump Force and the plan is to have six more characters to be added to the game which have all been announced after a leak. According to the roadmap of the game that Bandai Namco released it looks as though each batch of DLC characters will be released in groups of three. If the road map ends up staying true to itself we can expect the second batch of DLC characters sometime in August.
A trailer featuring these three DLC characters was released today, which you can see below. You can purchase the Jump Force character pass for $29.99 giving you access to all nine DLC characters. There is also an option to purchase each character one by one for $3.99 each in case there are certain characters that do not interest you. Jump Force is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and can be picked up on Amazon.
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Bandai Namco revealed in the next issue of Weekly Shonen Jump the remaining Jump Force DLC characters part of the game’s season pass. However, the magazine has leaked early as always.
Here’s the list of the seven characters upcoming in Jump Force:
- Biscuit Krueger from Hunter x Hunter
- Toshiro Hitsugaya from Bleach
- Majin Buu Innocent from Dragon Ball Z
- Katsuki Bakugou from My Hero Academia
- Trafalgar Law from One Piece
- Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez from Bleach
- Madara Uchiha from Naruto
Personally speaking, I think it’s surprising that only one female character, Biscuit Krueger, is getting added. I’m also quite surprised that Sakuragi from Slam Dunk, or any other sports manga from Jump in general, like Haikyu!!, isn’t getting added in the end. Well, it’s not like these new DLC characters will save the mess that Jump Force is anyway. Perhaps a sequel will be coming one day and give justice to the various series included. For now, you’d be better off playing J-Stars Victory VS, Jump Ultimate Stars or any previous crossover of the kind.
Previously revealed DLC characters are Seto Kaiba from Yu-Gi-Oh! and All Might from My Hero Academia. I have to admit their 3D models look relatively better than most characters in the game, so maybe the other seven DLC characters will be getting the same treatment. Bandai Namco should reveal new trailers for each of the seven remaining DLC characters in the near future. Weekly Shonen Jump will include screenshots as well, so we’ll be able to see them in the next few hours.
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