With Dragon Ball FighterZ entering its beta trials, the video game revealed a new Android which will be housed in its story mode. As a result, it should be interesting to see how she interacts with the other canonical Android fighters featured in Dragon Ball FighterZ. In addition to Yamcha and Tien, a new original character named Android 21 will be featured in the game, though it's unclear whether or not she'll be a playable character.
Not to be outdone by the newcomer, Namco Bandai also confirmed that the longstanding Dragon Ball duo of Tien and Yamcha will be joining the final roster. Yamcha can use his "Wolf Fang Fist" ability in all of his combos, and Tien can use his famous "Tri-Beam" attack. That brings the game's roster of now confirmed fighters up to fifteen (counting Goku and Vegeta's blue forms).
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But most importantly, Chiaotzu has also been confirmed for the game - as an assist character. Earlier today, Akira Toriyama's designs for a brand-new Android went live, and the anime fandom is freaking out over Dr. Gero's latest creation.
Alongside Android 21, the rest of the Z Fighters are accounted for. Even though she will likely take up residence as a playable combatant, there's still plenty of time for additional roster reveals - so those clutching their character wish lists needn't stress too much yet.
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I'm excited to finally be getting back to a traditional-style 2D DBZ fighting game and really curious to see who else will be added before the game releases next February (on PS4, Xbox One, PC, with a Switch version hopefully coming in the future although Bandai Namco hasn't yet announced any plans on that front).
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