The beating game Jump Force was released a little over a year ago for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, now there is also a variant for the Switch. But owners of the previous game version also have reason to be happy.
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In a press release, Bandai Namco announced today that the Jump Force: Unite to Fight, originally released in February 2019, will now make the jump to the Nintendo Switch. Until now, the Beat'em-Up was only available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, so that all current platforms will be supplied in the course of 2020; there is not yet a specific release date.
The switch versions not only let you compete in a story and versus mode, but also includes an exclusive 3-vs-3 mode that can be played offline.
In this context, it was announced that the other platforms will also benefit from the new Deluxe Edition of the title. This contains over 50 playable characters from 16 franchises of the magazine "Weekly Shonen Jump" – including all previously released characters from Character Pass # 1.
In addition, a second such Charater Pass has been announced, which will be available soon and will enrich the fighting game with more fighters. The first fighter has already been confirmed with Todoroki Shoto from My Hero Academia.
Todoroki is the first of five characters included in Character Pass # 2 and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in spring 2020 and for Nintendo Switch later in the year. Each character can be purchased individually or as part of the Character Pass # 2.