Jump Force adds Pegasus Seiya, Dragon Shiryu from Saint Seiya

"Mayan City" stage also revealed.

Jump Force

Pegasus Seiya and Dragon Shiryu from Saint Seiya will be playable in Jump Force, Bandai Namco announced.

The “Mayan City” stage, where characters will fight across the ancient ruins of Central American civilization, was also revealed.

Here is an overview of each character, via Bandai Namco:

Appearing in iconic manga series Saint Seiya, Seiya and Shiryu are members of the Knights of the Zodiac, a group of handpicked warriors that have pledged to protect justice and peace across the world.

Pegasus Seiya is the Saint of the Pegasus constellation – famous for his unbending resolve and unbreakable mind. When in dire need, Seiya can call upon the power of the Gold Cloth of Sagittarius, increasing his strength to its ultimate limit.

The second playable character from Saint Seiya is Dragon Shiryu. Protected by the Dragon constellation, he is one of the calmest and most composed of all Saints. He is also one of the few Bronze Saints deemed worthy enough to wear the Gold Cloth. When needed, he can summon great strength from the Libra Cloth using its many weapons to defeat his foes.

Jump Force is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in February 2019. A closed beta will run from October 12 to 14.

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