DRAGON BALL FighterZ seems to be the best DBZ game we’ll ever get, developed by Arc System Works

Bandai Namco has just revealed a new 2.5D DBZ game called DRAGON BALL FighterZ. DRAGON BALL FighterZ, developed by Arc System Works, aims to deliver an explosive, action-packed game that combines classic 2D fighting visuals with advanced 3D character models that look and feel as if they are ripped straight out of the DRAGON BALL anime series.

DRAGON BALL FighterZ gives fans of all skill levels the opportunity to feel like their favorite DRAGON BALL character. Featuring 3 vs. 3 battle mechanics, new and seasoned players are sure to experience the epic scope of DRAGON BALL as they select their three-character team to take into battle. The game also encourages players to train and master more than one fighter and style, delivering richer gameplay and motivation to take down the competition.

Eric Hartness, Vice President of Marketing at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America, said:

“The DRAGON BALL franchise is tailor suited for the fighting game genre, and DRAGON BALL FighterZ will be the next exciting addition to a long history of great fighting games. Arc System Works brings a pedigree and record of quality that fighting game fans can trust; with awesome visuals players might mistake as actual 2D animation from the famed DRAGON BALL series.”

DRAGON BALL FighterZ will be released in early 2018.

Enjoy!

DRAGON BALL FighterZ - E3 2017 Trailer | XB1, PS4, PC

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