Four new characters announced for Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragonball FighterZ

Four new characters announced for Dragon Ball FighterZ

It looks as though Dragon Ball FighterZ adds two more combatants to its playable roster.

The Weekly Jump reveals that there will be new characters in Bandai Namco and Arc System Works' Dragon Ball FighterZ, specifically four.

Additionally, Shonen Jump confirmed that Android 16 and Android 18 will be among the playable characters, both coming with some unique abilities. According to the scan, Android 17 makes an appearance in one of 18's super moves called Accel Dance, but there is no mention of whether or not he will be a separate, standalone character.

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Continuing the android theme, Android 16 is also returning in a new "What If" mode, which is described as a "super high-end anime" mode which will feature Android 16's resurrection and subsequent assault on the Super Warriors.

The last translated piece of information comes 3 Vs. 3 online matches with different players controlling each fighter that can be switch out in real-time.

Dragon Ball FighterZ \/em plans to employ, having both Super Saiyan Blue fighters will be a huge boon to any team.

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Next month, players in North America and Europe will be able to get a taste of Dragon Ball FighterZ thanks to the closed beta. There's no telling how the actual story will play out only until the game hits the market for consumption.

Dragon Ball Fighter Z launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next year.

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