After announcing Seto Kaiba as the first DLC character for Jump Force, Bandai Namco have introduced the second upcoming fighter. My Hero Academia's All Might, the mentor of Izuku Midoriya, will be joining the game's roster next month.
Bandai Namco have officially announced the second DLC character for Jump Force. Joining the game's lineup is My Hero Academia's Toshinori Yagi, also known as All Might. Formerly known as the number one hero who proudly carried the title of the world's Symbol of Peace, this exceptionally muscular fighter will be joining the game in May 2019.
Much like the news of Seto Kaiba joining the roster, the addition of All Might does not come as total surprise because it is merely yet another confirmation of the leaked DLC roster that was datamined about a month ago.
Like most My Hero Academia characters, this fighter boasts a special power known as a quirk. Called One For All, All Might's quirk allows his muscles to grow exponentially at an almost instant rate which transforms him into his Hero Form.
While transformed, All Might's fighting skills reach incredible levels that essentially turn him into an invincible beast. It will be interesting to see how his powers are represented in Jump Force, especially when paired up against his student Izuku Midoriya.
The game's roadmap for 2019 revealed that two new fighters will be joining the game along with Seto Kaiba next month. With All Might's official introduction, the name of the third character should be revealed over the next couple of weeks, together with a brand new online link mission, a raid boss event and the legendary World Tournament stage from the Dragon Ball Z universe.
Despite Bandai Namco's efforts of expanding the game's lineup with extra fighters and adding new stages and events, players are still feeling dissatisfied with the lack of some essential features, such as the highly requested rematch option for online matches.
While the publisher did state about a month ago that the addition of this feature is somewhat in the works, there has been nothing but radio silence about it ever since.
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In the effort of letting their fans know that they are listening to their feedback, Bandai Namco published a survey where they're asking players to voice their thoughts on the overall experience with the game, and give suggestions as to what things could be improved in the future.