Bandai Namco have revealed a new game-play trailer for the upcoming Jump Force, releasing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 15th February. Revealed during Microsoft’s X018 showcase, the trailer shows off Dragon Ball’s Goku and Vegeta reaching their ultimate forms – Super Saiyan Blue. Frieza, not one to be left behind by his long-time rivals, will also be able to transform into his ultimate form – Golden Frieza, bringing chaos and destruction to our world.
Jump Force – Super Saiyan Blue and Golden Frieza
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