Dragon Ball FighterZ Trailer Shows Beerus Unleashing Destruction


The "Dragon Ball FighterZ" open beta is already set to begin this weekend, and developers have finally revealed the last bits of information participants need to know ahead of the test going live. Players can face off using their favorite characters, including Goku, Gohan, and Vegeta in 3 vs. 3 tag battles. Pretty much everyone in the fighting game community is excited for it, as are millions of other DBZ fans who will potentially be incorporated into that community.

'After the success of the Xenoverse series, it's time to introduce a new classic 2D DRAGON BALL fighting game for this generation's consoles. The newest trailer of Arc System Works' latest title focuses on one character: Beerus. Hit's signature attack is Time Skip, an ability that lets him jump forward in time by a tenth of a second.

In Dragon Ball Super, Hit is a warrior from Universe 6 whose vast power makes him strong enough to easily defeat a weakened Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta. Like Goku Black, Hit is also given his own trailer. Where you can't really see his moves thanks to his Time-Skip ability. Incorporating this power into FighterZ could prove interesting from a gameplay perspective.

Dragon Ball FighterZ release date, how to pre-order and how to play the open beta

Arriving from Universe 6, Hit will be among the dozens of playable DBZ characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ when it launches later this month.

Kamehameha! One of the most popular Japanese anime series of all time, Dragon Ball Z follows the adventures of spiky-haired Goku and his companions as they defend the Earth against a slew of super insane villains, including intergalactic space fighters, androids, evil conquerors, almost indestructible creatures, and more.

Pre-ordering Dragon Ball FighterZ will also grant early access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta and two exclusive lobby avatars.

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