Bandai Namco has announced that Piccolo and Krillin have joined DRAGON BALL FighterZ’s roster. According to the press release, both characters have their respective fighting style and distinctive skills. In addition, Bandai Namco revealed more details about the game’s Online Battles.
Piccolo is considered to be one of the most technical characters with his expandable arm to grab his opponents. He has various ways to break the opponent’s guard and he can also fire fast and powerful beams. Players can charge up for a stronger attack by long-pressing the button. To create a huge blow, Piccolo can use his ability to release Ki blast from afar or for an effective strike, players can even connect it with a combo move!
Krillin doesn’t have that much reach and power but easily compensates with several different techniques such as the Kamehameha to fight a long-range game. He can also skillfully confuse his opponents by leaving an image of himself before turning into an attack. Furthermore, players have the choice to use the famous Senzu Bean. Fans will also be delighted to know that his signature and blockable attack is also included in DRAGON BALL FighterZ.
In the Online Battles of DRAGON BALL FighterZ, players can fight and interact with other users in the FighterZ lobby. That’s the perfect place to rise up to the arena stage and get matched with other users who are willing to battle. Players can also communicate with Z-Stamp, use facial expressions from DRAGON BALL characters and watch their match with the replay mode.
DRAGON BALL FighterZ is currently planned for an early 2018 release!
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