Jump Force is getting delisted from digital stores next year » TalkEsport

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Bandai Namco’s crossover fighting game, Jump Force is getting removed from stores three years after its release and its online components will be shut down in the following months. Interestingly, Jump Force was ported to the Nintendo Switch just last year in a Deluxe Edition bundle which includes 9 additional characters and alternate costumes.

Jump Force, along with its DLC and in-game currency will be delisted from PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, Steam, and Nintendo eShop.  Bandai Namco also states that “some of the Jump Force online service servers will be sunsetting on 8/24/2022; however, all single-player functions will continue to be playable locally on your home console or PC, as well as PVP battle, except the Ranked Match mode.”

In Jump Force players have to choose three fighters

from a wide variety of Weekly Shōnen Jump mangas such as Bleach, Yu Yu Hakusho, Naruto, Dragon Ball, One Piece, Hunter x Hunter, and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and they can change their characters on the go depending on the situation. Due to these characters from multiple series, it is fairly obvious that Bandai Namco had various licensing agreements which are set to expire soon, and as a result, the game won’t be available for purchase next year.

If you wish to purchase the game, you can do so before February 7, 2022, on PC (Steam), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.


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