Jump Force digital pre-order bonuses and editions announced, Avatar customization screenshots

Ultimate Edition includes three days early access.

Jump Force

Bandai Namco has detailed the digital pre-order bonuses and editions for Jump Force, as well as released new screenshots highlighting Avatar customization.

The expanded customization options for the player’s Avatar enables players to mix and match various costume elements and attacks from different series to create their own unique hero.

If you missed it yesterday, Bandai Namco released screenshots of Kenshin and Shishio from the Rurouni Kenshin series, who join Jump Force‘s roster of playable characters.

Here are the digital pre-order bonuses and editions:

Digital Pre-Order Bonuses

Fans can now pre-order a digital copy of Jump Force through the PlayStation Store, Xbox Game Store, and Steam. Pre-ordering a digital copy of the game will give fans the following items; a lobby vehicle, three costume pieces for Avatar customization, Shonen Jump T-Shirt for Avatar customization, Shonen Jump Pirate Logo T-Shirt for Avatar customization, and a PlayStation 4 system Theme (PS4 exclusive).

Standard Edition ($59.99)

  • A copy of Jump Force

Deluxe Edition ($89.99)

  • A copy of Jump Force
  • Character Pass
  • Nine additional playable characters post-release
  • Access each DLC character release four days before they are available on digital storefronts

Ultimate Edition ($99.99)

  • A copy of Jump Force
  • Early access to full Jump Force experience three days before official February 15, 2019 launch date
  • Character Pass
  • Nine additional playable characters post-release
  • Access each DLC character release four days before they are available on digital storefronts
  • 16 Avatar T-shirts used for Avatar customization
  • Jump Start Pack
  • Includes various consumable in-game items to give players a jump start at the beginning of their journey

Jump Force is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 14, 2019 in Japan, and PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 15, 2019 in the Americas and Europe.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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