Jump Force Nintendo Switch Game Mode

Jump Force Will Get an Exclusive Mode for the Nintendo Switch This August

Jump Force Deluxe Edition will be heading to the Nintendo Switch on August 28 with an exclusive new offline game mode. Additionally, the Deluxe Edition will include over 50 characters, including those from the base game and the Season 1 Character Pass.

In the new Jump Force Switch exclusive mode, players will be able to play offline with up to six friends in a 3 vs. 3 game mode. The new game mode will be all about strategy, as players will have to tag in and out their teammates from battle as they compete against their friends.

Currently, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC builds do support an online version of this game mode, but the Nintendo Switch will be the only place to play it offline. Other than that, the Jump Force Deluxe Edition will similar to that of other platforms. 

The Jump Force Switch port will come during the middle of the Character Pass 2, which will include five new playable characters from manga franchises like My Hero Academia, YuYu Hakusho, Hunter X Hunter, and more. The pass will cost $17.99 and is not included in the Jump Force Deluxe Edition. 

Perhaps the most well known playable character joining the lineup in Character Pass 2 is Shoto Todoroki from My Hero Academia. Additionally, those who have already purchased the Character Pass 2 will get early access to each of the five DLC characters, starting with Todoroki. Further, each of the new characters can be purchased individually for $3.99.

If you’re planning to play Jump Force on your Switch this August, you’ll be able to team up with characters from famous Manga like Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece, and more. The Jump Force Deluxe Edition is currently available for pre-order and can be purchased through this link.

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