Despite this, there is still enough reason to be excited about the upcoming game and if you too are hyped then you'll be pleased to know the game will launch on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in 2019.
Goku can beat Naruto, and if they somehow worked Superman into this game, it'd put an end to two decades of GameFAQs forum arguments in one fell swoop.
There will be other anime and manga guest stars in Jump Force as well, though the full list isn't known yet.
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While the trailer is very cool, it gives us few to no implications about the nature of the game. So while the title isn't as exciting as it could be, it does harken back to these popular series' roots: their original manga in Weekly Shonen Jump.
That's right. Fight as Goku, Naruto, Luffy or Frieza as you battle to finally answer the question: Which powerful anime character would win in a head-on fight?
At E3, IGN recently had a chance to sit down with Koji Nakajima, the Bandai Namco producer of Jump Force, for an interview. In the interview, Nakajima noted that the game will contain characters that haven't been in a video game before.