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JUMP FORCE Gameplay trailer released

Jump Force has been the victim of all kinds of chatter ever since its announcement at E3, this year. Recently, they let the world experience what’s in store for them by releasing the gameplay trailer for the title.

Jump Force, a game with satisfied all our needs when it was announced at E3. It combined some of the best animes of all time. Being a mashup of Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Naruto and finally, Death Note. To paint a better picture, the trailer for the game can be viewed below

The trailer does a good job of showing the audience what to expect from the upcoming game but it clearly lacks the thing that people actually wanted to see out of it, THE GAMEPLAY. Thankfully enough, they just launched the gameplay trailer as well and it can be viewed here

The game, as it can be seen from the trailer, follows a familiar 3 on 3 battle style, seen in many of the previous dragon ball Z games. It offers a free roam but a confined stage for battle. The players pick players from all four story lines, battling them against each other. It follows the charge up method of collecting power for super attacks along with melee attacks too. It also follows the same health system while the attacks from their respective genres follow them to this platform as well. The cut scenes for these attacks on the other hand, along with graphics are truly a remarkable feat. Everything feels realistic but in an animated way, as to preserve the original feel and innocence of the anime.

The game truly looks amazing by its initial trailer. Perhaps the full story is still packed in the release which is set for  2019. Who knows what extra features and combos it packs in the final release. Only time will tell

 


Sarmad Burki

Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.
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