Oh Yes: Dragon Ball FighterZ Opening Cinematic

As we at miso sit impatiently with crossed legs, Bandai Namco Entertainment America has once again won us over with the latest cinematic for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Developed by Arc System Works, we’re given insight into the combat of Dragon Ball FighterZ once more, previewed in a few scenes within the trailer. There’s never been a time that I’ve wanted to possess all seven dragon balls, until now.

With 23 characters currently on the roster, teams are already been created by many players. Dragon Ball FighterZ traditionally offers combat in a three-versus-three format, where two players select three characters to make up a team. Both players can control all three characters within a match, although not simultaneously.

If Shenron exists, do us a favor and grant our wish for an earlier release!

Whilst fights may be one on one, the tables can be turned at any moment as the other two characters on either team may be used to ‘assist’ a player in unique ways. Krillin, a bald-headed monk, can throw Senzu Beans to heal either player’s blue health gauge, whilst (both – yes, there are two) Gohan threatens to knock up an opponent in front of him with a quick, diagonal charge.

Despite the fairly huge list of characters, we have yet to see all of the characters’ combos and abilities. Regular breakdowns are posted, however, and with four weeks to wait, Dragon Ball FighterZ just keeps getting hotter and hotter.

Watch the official cinematic below.


Pre-order Dragon Ball FighterZ below for two exclusive characters (SSB Goku and SSB Vegeta), along with early access to the beta on Jan 14th 2018.


Are you as excited about Dragon Ball FighterZ as we are? Let us know what your team will be in the comments below!

 

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About Rice Miso

Rice is a young, indie developer and an avid solo queue competitor in Overwatch. After working on multiple projects, including Dragon Ball Online Global, Rice decided to work on some more of his own, including miso.moe and more recently, Nichibotsu.

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