New Dragon Ball FighterZ Leak Reveals Several Unannounced Fighters
Bandai Namco’s hyper-stylish fighter Dragon Ball FighterZ won’t be arriving until next year, but the seemingly tedious wait has yet to hinder the hype train. The last few months have provided several intriguing story teases and quite a few new combatants to the game, almost approaching Injustice 2 levels of roster expansion. For this reason, fan anticipation has been predictably high, and a recent Dragon Ball FighterZ leak could potentially send that hype to Super Saiyan levels.
The reveal comes from Reddit user DasVergeben, whose past leaking credits include the unveiling of Enchantress and everyone’s favorite pizza-eating Turtles to Injustice 2. Claiming a number of insider sources at his disposal, the user discloses several potential leaks regarding a number of big titles, including the next batch of characters in the works for Dragon Ball FighterZ.
3 of the DLC characters I’ve heard of include Broly, Regular Goku (it was noted to me that he does use the Spirit Bomb), and Regular Vegeta. This is something I know is going to be highly controversial and I will get into why further down. Three more characters that I know about but not their status of launch or DLC are Bardock (whom I originally heard would be DLC, but that was only from one source that I have never heard back from), Raditz (I was told that he’d be DLC by only one source in particular), and Goku Black (in his Rose form)
I was told that Goku Black was even finished 3 months ago, and that Broly, Regular Goku, and Regular Vegeta were finished during the game’s main development with Goku Black. I think people should make some noise if those 3 (or 4 if Goku Black is withheld) were made alongside the launch game, but are going to be held back as DLC like I’ve been told.”
While none of these admittedly exciting claims have been substantiated, they don’t seem too far removed from reality. One of the more believable parts of the Dragon Ball FighterZ leak says that a Nintendo Switch version of the game is in the works, a real possibility when considering Bandai Namco’s increased support for the console. We’ll just have to see how this pans out as we approach Dragon Ball FighterZ release for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 26th, 2018.
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