Bandai Namco has announced that Dragonball FighterZ will officially hit the Nintendo Switch in Japan on September 27th, with it hitting Western shores a day later. Additionally, those who pre-order the game will get the Japanese version of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden, the fighter that released in Japan in 1993 for the Super Famicom.
Dragonball FighterZ is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
ARC System Works, developers behind the instant classic, Dragonball FighterZ, has revealed a new partnership with Studio Trigger and the reveal of Kill la Kill The Game IF. The new title will make full use of the fantastic engine created by ARC, with incredible visuals on hand.
More information will be revealed next month at Anime Expo, taking place July 5-8 in Los Angeles. For now, you can head over to the Official Website, or hit the jump to watch the first trailer and see some gorgeous screenshots.
Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have shared the latest character introduction trailer for Dragonball FighterZ, giving us a solid look at Android 18 and her move-set, including some fantastic combo attacks with her brother, Android 17. The game is taking shape, as many characters have been introduced to this point, just a few short months before its release.
Dragon Ball FighterZ releases in North America and Europe on January 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It releases in Japan a little later on February 1.
Anticipation for the upcoming Dragonball FighterZ is reaching a fever pitch as the game is set to release in a few short months. Now, HORI has announced plans to release a branded fightstick for the game, available to PlayStation and PC players in Japan. Featuring artwork of Goku in his super saiyan blue form, this new joystick, which will retail for 20498¥ (approx. $180), looks to replicate the old Mad Catz layout and has toggle switches for things like turbo button support.
There is currently no release date outside of Japan, but let’s keep our fingers and toes crossed. The stick releases on February 1st, 2018, to coincide with the Japanese launch of the game.
Bandai Namco has shared an incredible new overview trailer for the upcoming Dragonball FighterZ, that details the games online Fighter Lobby, as well as the story mode featuring the new, Akira Toriyama-designed character, Android 21.
In addition to that, the new trailer also reveals that the game is getting DLC in the form of background music from Dragonball, Dragonball Z, and Dragonball GT. Dragonball FighterZ releases in North America and Europe on January 26, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Bandai Namco has unveiled the absolutely epic CollectorZ Edition for their highly anticipated Dragon Ball FighterZ. The limited edition includes the game, CollectorZ Box, 3 Art Boards, with the first featuring Androids 17 and 18, and the remaining two a mystery. As well as an 18cm Super Saiyan Goku statue, and exclusive Steelbook packaging.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is set to hit PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in February 2018, with a Closed Beta rumored to begin next month. Hit the jump to check out the official GamesCom trailer for the title.
Bandai Namco has announced the long awaited closed beta for Dragonball FighterZ will run from September 16-18. Open registration has been moved to August 22 (instead of July 26 as originally announced). The change ensures the company can properly handle the expected massive number of signups.
The title has been a massive success for Arc System Works since its announcement at this year’s E3, with lines at EVO reaching a couple hours long at some points to play the game. It’s the perfect storm to place Arc’s fabled Guilty Gear engine alongside DBZ, and should be a fantastic time for fans of the series.