Jump Force Deluxe Edition brings manga meeting to Switch in August
The Nintendo Switch has a vast catalog of games, but it happens that sometimes a great title will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but not for him.
One such case involved Jump Force, a fighting game released in early 2019 for the biggest consoles on the market and PCs. Nintendo users were left watching ships, but that will change. And in style. (Jump Force Deluxe Edition brings manga meeting to Switch in August).
Bandai Namco confirmed the game’s availability for the Japanese hybrid, launching in Asia on August 27, and later in the West. It will be released now with extra content that came out as DLCs on other platforms, and so it will be called Jump Force Deluxe Edition.
Coming out of the “factory” with 50 playable characters, the Switch version will also feature exclusive gameplay modes, such as the possibility of allowing up to six players on the same console, or local multiplayer games with each user on their own laptop.
For those who do not know, Jump Force is a game that brings together the main characters of the anthology Shonen Jump, which publishes weekly the most successful manga in Japan. From there came iconic histories such as Dragon Ball, City Hunter, One Piece, Naruto, Hunter x Hunter, Bleach, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Yu Gi Oh, My Hero Academia, Black Clover, Death Note and many others.
Remember, the game is already available for PS4 and Xbox One, in addition to PCs. Those who choose Windows need at least a second generation COre i3 (6th generation Core i7 recommended), 8 GB of RAM, and a GTX 660 TI (GTX 1060 recommended) or higher to run the game smoothly.
And you, are you eager to check the game on the Switch? Tell us in the comments!
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