Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe is pleased to confirm that fans can now digitally pre-order JUMP FORCE on Xbox One and PC from now and on PlayStation 4 from this Friday 23rd November.

Also, the team have revealed two new playable characters from the Dragon Ball franchise. The first, Cell, a genetically designed warrior who possesses the traits of all earth’s greatest fighters. He is joined by Piccolo, once the sworn enemy of Goku but now one of his closest allies, and now fights to protect earth.

It’ll be interesting to see what abilities Cell and Piccolo will have available to them. I would have thought that Cell should have been available at his base form and he has the ability to further enhance his abilities through each transformation. It’s a shame he’s seemingly available from his Perfect Form.

Piccolo will be interesting to see as he was not available in the previous game. I look forward to seeing his special beam cannon in action once the game comes out.

Three digital versions of the game are available to pre-order:

  • The Standard Edition
  • The Deluxe Edition – features the standard game as well as the characters pass – providing a further nine new DLC characters released post-launch, as well as four days early-access to each DLC.
  • The Ultimate Edition – contains all of the above, plus 16 additional t-shirts for your in-game avatar, a starter pack containing additional items and boosts as well as three days of early access to the full game before anyone else!

Players that pre-order any version of the game will also receive one additional lobby vehicle and three exclusive avatar costumes to use in-game.

Jump Force will launch on the 15th of February, 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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