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— Game slogan

Jump Force, stylized as JUMP Force, is a 3D fighting video game developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by Bandai Namco for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows. The game was released in February 15, 2019.


Jump Force is a 1-v-1 fighting game where the player controls a team of three characters from a selection of various manga series featured in the Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine. Players control one character at a time while the others are used as support, with players able to switch between them during battle. Combat functions similarly to the previous Jump fighting game, J-Stars Victory VS, with players moving around a 3D space and utilizing various combos and special moves to attack their opponents. The match ends when one team depletes the other's health bar.

Players can create their own avatar, a unique personalised character with customised clothing and accessories that can be earned through the gameplay.


Playable Characters

Name Playable Forms Series
  • Base
  • Black Asta
Black Clover
Ichigo Kurosaki
  • Shikai
  • Merged Hollow Form
  • Bankai (Ultimate only)
Renji Abarai
  • Shikai
  • Bankai (Ultimate only)
Rukia Kuchiki
  • Shikai
  • Bankai (Ultimate only)
Sousuke Aizen Bleach
Ryo Saeba City Hunter
Cell Dragon Ball
Goku Dragon Ball
Frieza Dragon Ball
Future Trunks
  • Base
  • Super Saiyan
Dragon Ball
Piccolo Dragon Ball
  • Base
  • Super Vegeta
  • Super Saiyan Blue
Dragon Ball
  • Base
  • Demon Dragon Mode
Dragon Quest
  • Base
  • Nil Thought Rebirth Mode
Fist of the North Star
Gon Freecss
  • Base
  • Limitation Transformation (Ultimate only)
Hunter x Hunter
Hisoka Morow Hunter x Hunter
Killua Zoldyck
  • Base
  • Godspeed Mode 
Hunter x Hunter
  • Base
  • Emperor Time
Hunter x Hunter
Dio Brando JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Jotaro Kujo JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Izuku Midoriya My Hero Academia
Boruto Uzumaki Naruto
Gaara Naruto
Kaguya Otsutsuki Naruto
Kakashi Hatake
  • Base
  • Mangekyo Sharingan
  • Perfect Susano'o (Ultimate only)
Naruto Uzumaki
  • Base
  • Six Paths Sage Mode
  • Tailed Beast Mode (Ultimate only)
Sasuke Uchiha
  • Sharingan/Rinnegan
  • Perfect Susano'o (Ultimate only)
Boa Hancock One Piece
Marshall D. Teach One Piece
Monkey D. Luffy
  • Base/Gear Second
  • Gear Fourth: Bounce Man (Ultimate only)
One Piece
Roronoa Zoro
  • Base
  • Armament Haki Mode
One Piece
Sabo One Piece
Vinsmoke Sanji One Piece
Kenshin Himura Rurouni Kenshin
Makoto Shishio Rurouni Kenshin
Dragon Shiryū
  • Dragon Bronze Cloth
  • Libra Gold Cloth
Saint Seiya
Pegasus Seiya
  • Pegasus Bronze Cloth
  • Sagittarius Gold Cloth
Saint Seiya
Yami Yugi Yu-Gi-Oh!
Younger Toguro
  • 80%
  • 100% over 100% (Ultimate only)
Yu Yu Hakusho
Yusuke Urameshi
  • Base
  • Mazoku Form
Yu Yu Hakusho

DLC Characters

Name Playable Forms Series
Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez Bleach
Tōshirō Hitsugaya
  • Bankai
  • Bankai (Matured State)
Yoruichi Shihōin
  • Base
  • Shunkō: Raijin Senkei (3rd Skill)
  • Shunkō: Raiju Senkei: Shunryū Kokubyō Senki (Ultimate only)
Good Buu Dragon Ball
Biscuit Krueger
  • Base
  • Transformed State (Ultimate only)
Hunter x Hunter
Meruem Hunter x Hunter
All Might My Hero Academia
Katsuki Bakugo My Hero Academia
Shoto Todoroki My Hero Academia
Madara Uchiha
  • Rinnegan
  • Perfect Susano'o (Ultimate only)
Trafalgar Law One Piece
Seto Kaiba Yu-Gi-Oh!
Hiei Yu Yu Hakusho
Giorno Giovanna
  • Gold Experience Requiem
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
  • Angela
Kane Original
  • Director Glover

Non-Playable Characters

Name Series
Light Yagami & Ryuk[1] Death Note
Navigator Original

Battle Stages

The game take place across the planet Earth as well as various Weekly Shonen Jump Manga worlds such as:


Collectors Edition

The Collectors Edition

  • The game
  • Steelbook
  • Three art boards
  • 30cm Exclusive Diorama
  • Season Pass (9 new characters)


  • While not a direct sequel, Spike Chunloft previously worked on J-Stars Victory Vs, another fighting game featuring characters from different Shonen Jump titles.
  • The game is being made as a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Weekly Shonen Jump.
  • In a DLC Story Mode mission for Character Pack 1, Goku meets All Might and makes a remark about his strong aura, even though his powers are very different from Dragon Ball's usage of Ki. This could imply that everyone has some form of energy within them (depending on where it's from, it could be different, such as with Ki and chakra), or aura in this game is more of a conceptual phenomenon that literally is the strength of a character which can be sensed by those with the proper training.



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