Confirmed characters and roster in Jump Force

Discover each of the confirmed characters featured in Jump Force, the upcoming three-on-three fighter from the team at Spike Chunsoft.

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Nothing makes a fighting game pop like a roster full of colorful combatants, and the confirmed characters in Jump Force look to hit all the right marks. Spike Chunsoft's upcoming fighter is getting a lot of buzz among fans for its tremendous mash-up of different Shonon Jump universe references and characters. The game's lineup includes fighters hailing from Naruto to Dragon Ball and One Piece to Hunter x Hunter, meaning just keeping up with all the available fighters is a task in itself. To keep things simple, we've rounded up each of the known confirmed fighters in Jump Force below.


Jump Force confirmed characters

There are 42 confirmed characters we know of that will be included on the Jump Force roster. As expected, all of them hail from various segments of the Shonent Jump universe, though there are exceptions for user-created fighters. The following list has been provided by Prima, and given that we've been seeing new character announcements over the past few weeks, it's possible that even more Jump Force fighters may be announced ahead of its release in February.

For convenience, this list has been arranged alphabetically, with each character's source media appended. It's worth mentioning that of the characters are also featured in other video games, even other fighting games, such as Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Confirmed character roster in Jump Force

  • Aizen Sosuke (from Bleach)
  • Boa Hancock (from One Piece)
  • Boruto Uzumaki (from Naruto)
  • Cell (from Dragon Ball)
  • Custom Fighter (unique character creation)
  • Dai (from Dragon Quest)
  • Deku (from My Hero Academia)
  • Dragon Shiryu (from Saint Seiya)
  • Frieza (from Dragon Ball)
  • Future Trunks (from Dragon Ball)
  • Gaara (from Naruto)
  • Galena (new Evil character)
  • Glover (new Good character)
  • Goku (from Dragon Ball Z)
  • Gon Freecss (from Hunter x Hunter)
  • Hisoka Morroh (from Hunter x Hunter)
  • Ichigo Kurosaki (from Bleach)
  • Jotaro (from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
  • Kaguya Ōtsutsuki (from Naruto)
  • Kakashi Hatake (from Naruto)
  • Kane (new Evil character)
  • Kenshiro (from Fist of the North Star)
  • Killua Zoldyck (from Hunter x Hunter)
  • Kurapika (from Hunter x Hunter)
  • Makoto Shishio (from Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Marshall D. Teach aka Blackbeard (from One Piece)
  • Monkey D. Luffy (from One Piece)
  • Naruto Uzumaki (from Naruto)
  • Navigator (new Good character)
  • Pegasus Seiya (from Saint Seiya)
  • Piccolo (from Dragon Ball)
  • Renji Abarai (from Bleach)
  • Rukia Kuchiki (from Bleach)
  • Rurouni Kenshin (from Rurouni Kenshin)
  • Ryo (from City Hunter)
  • Sabo (from One Piece)
  • Sanji Vinsmoke (from One Piece)
  • Sasuke Uchiha (from Naruto)
  • Toguro (from Yu Yu Hakusho)
  • Vegeta (from Dragon Ball)
  • Yugi Muto (from Yu-Gi-Oh)
  • Yuske Urameshi (from YuYu Hakusho)
  • Zoro (from One Piece)

Jump Force releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 15, 2019. For more details about Spike Chunsoft's upcoming Shonen Jump-fueled fighter, be sure to keep it tuned to Shacknews' Jump Force home page.

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