Dragon Ball FighterZ Frieza Blows Up the Earth in New Gameplay Trailer (VIDEO)
The newest game based on the popular anime and manga, Dragon Ball FighterZ, debuted its first footage back at this year’s E3 and fans have been clamoring to find out as much information as they can regarding Arc System Works’ stylish fighter. Publisher Bandai Namco has now put forward brand new Dragon Ball FighterZ Frieza gameplay showing off a few of the villain’s destructive moves as well as his ultra-powerful golden form.
As seen in the video below, the longtime Dragon Ball antagonist can be seen from the get-go in his sleek Final Form, foregoing any grotesque and bulky transformations. There’s also a brief showcasing of Frieza’s Golden form first achieved in the film Dragon Ball: Resurrection F and in the subsequent Dragon Ball Super series.
While sporting these ultimate appearances, Frieza lays waste to Super Saiyan versions of both Goku and Trunks with a barrage of energy projectiles. The end of the Dragon Ball FighterZ Frieza trailer escalates and sees the powerful foe dish out his planet-ending Death Ball attack, resulting in a massive explosion seen from outer space.
Frieza was confirmed as part of the FighterZ roster upon the game’s first appearance at E3 2017, alongside other fighters such as fellow villains Majin Buu and Cell. Other franchise favorites such as Piccolo, Krillin and Goku’s Super Saiyan Blue form have joined the roster with more expected to be added before the game’s release in February 2018. Hopefully the Earth will refrain from being exploded before then.
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