Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC Leak Confirms Six New Characters (VIDEO)
The ultra fast-paced Dragon Ball FighterZ has a beautiful assortment of characters to battle each other with, and Bandai Namco is set to bring in even more for the future. We’ve already seen the new fighters Bardock and Broly head into the clash, the two sporting some amazingly devastating moves. More from the anime/manga source material have yet to be officially confirmed, but a Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC leak may have discovered the remaining six members of the roster.
Taking a break from making various mods, YouTuber Mizumi has found out the slate of additions that may be planned for release in the future. Taking viewers through his process via video, the latest PC update for the game seems to have left the unannounced fighters’ names out in the open, containing them within a simple backup file. Upon opening, the abbreviated character names of Zamasu, Super Saiyan Blue Vegito, base form Goku, base form Vegeta, Android 17, and final form Cooler are blatantly clear to see. Check it out below.
With the cat now fully let out of the bag, it seems the first season of the “FighterZ Pass” has been definitively spoiled. It’ll be interesting to see how Bandai Namco or Arc System Works responds to the unintentional unveiling, as it would be shame for the hype train to slow because of an apparent mistake. Perhaps developers would be better off putting out a wholly new character to throw off expectant scents, but it’s doubtful that could even be a possibility. We’ll see what happens as new Dragon Ball FighterZ characters are revealed over the coming weeks. Bardock and Broly are out now.
What do you think? Are you bummed that the complete list of fighters has been confirmed, or are you excited that Android 17 is finally getting some love? Could it be possible that the names from the Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC leak is not yet finalized? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more news from the fighting game arena, check out these next few links:
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