Jump Force

Four Naruto Characters Enter The Jump Force Ring

Let’s keep it brief. Four more powerful members of the Shonen Jump anime world have been revealed for Jump Force. So, without further ado let’s take a look.

Looking positively fearsome we have Gaara, as if he needs any introduction. Gaara is a shinobi, residing in Sunagakure. He was chosen as a jinchuriki of the One-Tailed Shukaku, and while it imbued him with incredible power, he was shunned as an outcast.

Being a jinchuriki, he was feared by the villagers, which caused Gaara to delve further into hate, eliminating those arrayed against him, with his masterful control of sand. And just look at those beautiful sand textures. While he has since opened his heart to friendship and love once again, Gaara is going to be a formidable force when Jump Force launches.

You can’t truly have anything Naruto without Kakashi Hatake, an immensely powerful and talented shinobi. Becoming Hokage of Konohagakure after the Fourth Shinobi War, Kakashi is also the leader of Team 7, comprising Sasuke, Sakura and the titular Naruto.

Boruto Uzumaki, the first son of Naruto and Hinata, is every bit as stubborn and energetic as Naruto himself. He also happens to be immensely powerful, which makes him a worthy addition to the Jump Force roster.

Kaguya is the final character that has been revealed, but there are most likely a few more hidden in the wings. Kaguya Otsutsuki is the former matriarch of the Otsutuski clan who arrived on Earth in search of the God Tree. Upon consuming the fruit of the God Tree, Kaguya became the first wielder of chakra, later merging with the same tree to become the Ten-Tails. Kaguya is not someone to be trifled with, and it is going to be a lot of fun, tearing up the battlefield.

Jump Force is only a few short weeks away, and with the beta not going according to plan, hopefully, players will be able to get some solid playtime in soon. Jump Force releases on the 15th February for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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