The manga fighting game Jump Force is being

The manga fighting game Jump Force is being

Reminder: The manga fighting game Jump Force is being taken off the market today. THE GAME IS STILL AVAILABLE TO BUY AT A HUGE DISCOUNT UNTIL IT'S GONE FOREVER.

2018 fighting game based on a manga crossover Jump Force will be removed from all digital shops in the near future.

By the end of the day, the game, which features 57 characters from 16 different series such as Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, and Bleach, will be unavailable.

The game will be pulled from the PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC online stores, according to Bandai Namco.

PST – Monday Feb 7 at 5pm
EST – Monday Feb 7 at 8pm
GMT – Tuesday Feb 8 at 1am
Japan – Tuesday Feb 8 at 10am
The game's online servers will remain operational once it is removed from sale until August 24/25, 2022, when they will be turned off.

Players will be able to play the game's offline content, connect with friends for online matches (but not ranked ones), and play previously purchased DLC when the online service ceases.

Online events, clan functions, the Reward Counter, the in-game store, multiplayer lobbies, and online rated matches will be unavailable to them.

Bandai Namco is currently selling Jump Force at a large discount on Switch and Xbox:

Jump Force Deluxe Edition for £8.99 / €9,99 on Switch instead of £44.99 / €49,99 (not in North America)
Jump Force for £5.49 / $5.99 on Xbox instead of £54.99 / $59.99
Jump Force Ultimate Edition for £13.49 / $14.99 on Xbox instead of £89.99 / $99.99

Physical copies of the game are still available, and physical versions will continue to be playable after the game is removed from digital shops.

However, regardless of whether they're playing the digital or physical version, the online servers will shut down in August for all users.