First look at Jump Force character Dai from Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai

Utilize Dai's Avan Strike Slash attacks.

Jump Force

The latest issue of Weekly Jump has the first look at Dai from Dragon Quest: The Adventure of Dai in Jump Force, who was recently leaked as a playable character.

Here are the details:


A descendant of the legendary Dragon Knight and Avan’s disciple. A hero with a small body full of courage.


  • (1) Avan Strike Slash Arrow – A slash from Dai’s sword held with a backhand grip. With additional input, it can turn into an “Avan Strike Slash Cross.”
  • (2) Avan Strike Slash Break – An exceptionally destructive skill in which Dai charges at the enemy while swinging his sword held with a backhand grip.
  • (3) Dragonic Aura Unleash – Strengthens Dai by unleashing the “Dual Dragon Marks” on both of his hands.
  • (Awakening Skill) Giga Strike Slash – Dai’s strongest skill. Combines the techniques of Dai’s father Baran and teacher Avan. Dai sheathes his sword and enhances it with Kazap, then charges at the enemy while holding it with a backhand grip to unleash it.

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

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