Dragon Ball FighterZ Comes To The West Before Japan, Season Pass Detailed

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Publisher Bandai Namco has announced a slew of new information for upcoming 2D fighter Dragon Ball FighterZ today, including a confirmation on the title's release date, a look at the game's box art, details on a season pass, single and multiplayer mode descriptions, and the announcement of an open beta. There's also a FighterZ Edition for $94.99-which comes with the game and the FighterZ Pass that offers eight new characters-and a $109.99 Ultimate Edition that tosses in a Commentator Voice Pack and an Anime Music Pack with 11 songs from the anime. The Super Warriors, Super Villains and Androids will all receive a chunk of the story from their perspective, and choice of strategic options for new destinations will alter fighting abilities in future fights. In addition to a LINK System that will allow players to embody different characters and their personalities within one form, the story will feature three different arcs. Hopefully, we'll be able to update soon.

Players who can't wait to dive into the action in Dragon Ball FighterZ's won't have to wait long.

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As with most releases these days, Dragon Ball FighterZ has a Collector's Edition. Players will also get early access to SSGSS Goku & SSGSS Vegeta along with two exclusive lobby avatars and a Girls Stamp Pack, featuring Android 21, Android 18, and Bulma at launch. It seems Bandai Namco wasn't lying about that.

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Bandai Namco also announced two editions of the game with bonus content. Players will be able to pick up the game on January 26th, 2018.

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