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Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball FighterZ is based on the beloved anime and offers endless spectacular fights with its all-powerful fighters.
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Bandai Namco to keep supporting Dragon Ball FighterZ tournaments
Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament presence raised some dust lately due to the events being cancelled, but Katsuhiro Harada of Bandai Namco stated they will support the game in the upcoming tournaments along with Tekken 7 and Soul Calibur 6.
TOEI Entertainment claims they aren't forcing DBFZ out of eSports
Dragon Ball FIghterZ has been mysteriously pulled from several fighting game tournaments recently, and fans were quick to point their fingers at TOEI Entertainment. The company now claims to have no knowledge of preventing any tournaments.
Top five fighting games that are completely platform agnostic
We have made a list of top five fighting games that are currently out on all major platforms. Whether you like the brutal fatalities of Mortal Kombat, or the blazing fast anime action of Dragon Ball Z - our list will surely meet your needs.
Dragon Ball FighterZ closed beta registration is now open
Bandai Namco will offer a Collector's Edition of Dragon Ball Fighterz in early 2018. Closed beta registrations are open now, and the beta is scheduled for 16 and 17 September 2017. Dragon Ball FighterZ will launch in February 2018.
Android 17 is the next DLC coming to Dragon Ball: FighterZ
There are three androids left in Dragon Ball universe and probably the most popular one after Tournament of Power saga is finally joining DragonBall: FighterZ roster. Bandai Namco didn't officially announce it yet, but V-Jump magazine did.
Dragon Ball FighterZ Nintendo Switch beta schedule released
Bandai Namco Entertainment and Arc System Works have released a schedule for Dragon Ball FighterZ beta on Nintendo Switch, which will run from 10 August through 12 August 2018. Players can already start pre-loading for a quicker launch.
Dragon Ball FighterZ Nintendo Switch open beta date announced
Bandai Namco have announced that open beta for Dragon Ball FighterZ's Nintendo Switch version will start in August and that development is still on schedule, meaning the game will be released as previously announced in 28 September 2018.
Base Goku and Vegeta to join Dragon Ball Fighter Z roster as DLC
Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have revealed the next two DLC characters that will arrive to Dragon Ball FighterZ - base versions of Goku and Vegeta. It is somewhat odd they chose these two, as it doesn't seem particularly creative.
Bandai Namco have revealed their Gamescom 2018 lineup
Bandai Namco have confirmed their attendance at Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, Germany, and also revealed their lineup of games to be shown at the event, including Dragon Ball Fighter Z on Nintendo Switch. Full list of games is shown below.
Bandai Namco announce Dragon Ball FighterZ release date on Switch
Bandai Namco have announced on their official Facebook page that the Nintendo Switch version of their extreme hairstyle fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ will be coming on 28 September 2018. They have also added an odd pre-order bonus.