Dragon Ball FighterZ gets a launch trailer

Bandai Namco has released the launch trailer for Dragon Ball FighterZ, as well as a trailer dedicated to Android 21. Dragon Ball FighterZ promises to feature a Story Mode that will surprise and delight fans with its LINK System. This system will allow them to embody different characters, share their minds and even discuss with them while they live in the same body.

The story mode will feature 3 different parts, and will allow players to experience 3 different perspectives each offering different details and secrets about the story.

Players will first play the Super Warriors Arc from the perspective of the Saiyans, followed by the Super Villain Arc from the perspective of the enemies and finally the Android Arc from the perspective of the Androids. By taking part in different fighting combinations included in these 3 chapters, players will be able to level up their characters and get a full understanding of the amazing DRAGON BALL FighterZ scenario. The story mode map will also surprise players by allowing tactical moves as you will have different options for their next destination. This strategical choice will have an impact on fighting abilities in future fights.

Last but not least, more details about the online modes are also revealed. The online modes with interconnected match-making will be the perfect place to test players’ skills. In the Circle Match mode, up to 8 players can enter into the room to fight against each other where up to 4 fights can happen simultaneously. The World Match mode will allow players to choose between casual and ranked matches.

The game releases on January 26th.

Enjoy!

DRAGON BALL FighterZ - Launch Trailer | PS4, X1, PC

Dragon Ball FighterZ - Android 21 Character Trailer | PS4, X1, PC

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