People have started releasing Jump Force mods for the PC version of the game, bulking up the roster with characters they might have wanted to see appear in the game. While things are only just starting to kick off, a number of notable characters have already appeared. To be more specific, a creator by the name of TheLeonX has released Resident Evil 2‘s Leon S. Kennedy and My Hero Academia‘s Muscular as playable characters.
Both of the character mods have videos showing them in action in Jump Force. The version of Leon appearing is taken from the 2019 version of the game and relies heavily on ranged attacks. It does not have any facial animations.
Like Leon, the Jump Force Muscular modded character does not have any facial expressions. He also has his Muscle Augmentation Quirk constantly active, as opposed to the My Hero: One’s Justice game, where you need to trigger his Quirk to see a visual change to his appearance.
In addition, another unexpected character has been added via modding. People can get Kizuna AI, the virtual YouTuber, thanks to an Arthur Lopes addition. She is notable, as her UI has some custom parts and she has lip-sync and working eyes. It uses the MMD model.
Jump Force is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The Jump Force Mods fan website explains how to install mods.