Dragon Ball FighterZ Reveals Janemba DLC, Release Date (VIDEO)
Though fans haven’t heard much in the way of add-on content in a while, the next DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ was seemingly revealed through a set of intriguing leaks. Both times, the series’ demon of pure evil Janemba was posed as the remaining entry of FighterZ Pass 2, a reveal all-but-confirmed to happen sometime in the near future. It turns out the leaks were correct, as Janemba saw an official unveiling at EVO 2019, the competitive event hosting a look at the character’s moves as well as a release date.
Seen in an all-new announcement trailer, Janemba was confirmed to be joining the FighterZ roster on August 8th. An ensuing sizzle reel starts as Janemba transforms from his blobby initial appearance into a formidable Devil-like second form. We also get a look at the monster’s many mater-manipulating abilities, his sharp skills with a sword, as well as his will-shattering Lightning Shower Rain attack. Check it out in the video below.
Not leaving the announcement there, fans also got a reminder of the next “mighty warrior” intended for Dragon Ball FighterZ: Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta. Debuting in last year’s Dragon Ball Super: Broly movie, the trailer depicts the new blue version of the combination character unleashing a powerful assortment of attacks, including a massive Goku-Vegeta Kamehameha. Unlike Janemba, neither Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta nor the new Broly himself was given a proper release date, only the promise they were “coming soon.”
Dragon Ball FighterZ is out now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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