Dragon Ball FighterZ will feature an Arcade mode, Gotenks, Gohan & Kid Buu join the roster

Bandai Namco today reveal three more playable characters and a new mode for DRAGON BALL FighterZ. DBZ fans will be pleased to know that Gotenks, Gohan (Adult) and Kid Buu will be available from the get-go.

Accoding to the press release, each character will have special abilities and attacks to spice up the battles. Gotenks has a short reach but rapid movements such as the Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack. On the other hand, Gohan can unleash his ultimate ability mid-game to unlock his true power. Last but not least, Kid Buu will have high speed and power, and he can stretch his arm to reach his opponents.

Bandai Namco has also revealed that the game will feature an Arcade mode. In Arcade Mode players will be able to test their strength. They will progress and fight against stronger enemies to increase rank and become the strongest fighter of DRAGON BALL FighterZ. In this mode, 3 courses are available and players will unlock Hard mode when they complete the course.

The game will also feature an in-game shop. At this point, Bandai Namco has not revealed whether there will be micro-transactions. With the Zeni points collected in all the battles, players will have the opportunity to unlock alternative colours for playable characters and get various items in the in-game shop.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ will release on January 26th.


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