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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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Dragon Ball FighterZ for Nintendo Switch has been announced
Bandai Namco are bringing Dragon Ball FighterZ to Nintendo Switch and a new trailer has popped up on E3. This hairstylist nightmare compilation doesn't have an exact release date for Switch, but is expected at some point during 2018.
CD Projekt Red will show Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay trailer on E3
Everyone already knew Cyberpunk 2077 would be on E3 2018 as CD Projekt Red simply couldn't miss an opportunity to tease us again, but we didn't know if the material they will show would be tied to gameplay. Now it's anything but confirmed.
Vegito Blue and Fused Zamasu should release before the end of May
Dragon Ball FighterZ's new fighters Vegito Blue and Fused Zamasu should be joining the roster by the end of May 2018 according to the Japanese V-Jump magazine. This magazine has served as a heads-up for game's future updates before as well.
Co-op mode is coming to DragonBall FighterZ in the next update
Bandai Namco and Arc System Works are rolling out an update for DragonBall FighterZ on 9 May 2018 that will bring two new game modes - FighterZ Cup and Party Battle. The update also includes many gameplay improvements and balance changes.
Vegito will join Dragon Ball FighterZ roster soon, trailer leaked
Bandai Namco have accidentally revealed the next DLC character that is coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ - Vegito. This happened due to fusion confusion apparently, as Bandai Namco Taiwan accidentally announced Vegito instead of Fused Zamasu.
Fused Zamasu has been revealed as Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC
Dragon Ball Fighter Z's next DLC character will be Fused Zamasu, who was teased recently on Bandai Namco's Facebook page. He is the third DLC character joining the fray after Bardock and Broly, leaving five open spots for future characters.
Sony talks weekly Japan sales, NieR: Automata comes in first
NieR: Automata's increased sales have been attributed to Square Enix' hefty one year anniversary discount but it's still a worthy result nevertheless. Capcom's Monster Hunter: World however came in second.
Two patches scheduled to fix Dragon Ball FighterZ's online issues
Dragon Ball FighterZ was well received by players and critics alike but ever since its launch, the game has been struggling with online issues. Arc System Works are looking into the issues and have laid out a road map for fixing them.
Monster Hunter: World tops charts in US and Japan
You've got to give it to Capcom - their Monster Hunter: World launched less than a month ago and still destroyed charts both in the US and Japan, climbing to fourth spot in the UK. US spending hit as much as $1 billion dollars in January.
Dragon Ball FighterZ shows its first DLC characters
Dragon Ball FighterZ is expanding its roster with the first two DLC characters, out of eight planned in total. The first two fighters jumping in will be Legendary Super Saiyan Broly and Goku's father, Bardock.