Dragon Ball FighterZ Broly, Bardock To Be Shown In New Livestream Later This Week

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Mar 21, 2018
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The soon to be released first two Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC fighters, Broly and Bardock, will be shown in full later this week.

An official Dragon Ball FighterZ Openrec livestream is going to be held this Friday, March 23rd, at 8 PM JST, where some Japanese pro players such as Nuki, Porunga, Tachikawa and Fenricchi will showcase both Broly and Bardock.

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As already mentioned, Bandai Namco confirmed yesterday that Broly and Bardock will be released on all formats and in all regions on March 28th. The two characters aren’t the only DLC fighters launching this year for Dragon Ball FighterZ, but the names of the remaining ones have yet to be confirmed officially.

Dragon Ball FighterZ also received a new update last week, introducing some features as well as Ring Matches improvements and some bug fixes for several characters.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ has been released back in January on PC and consoles, and it’s one of the best games based on the series by Akira Toriyama. The game is also one of the best fighting games released in recent years, easy to pick up but much harder to master.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is a game that does so much right. It’s a hardcore fighting game experience, as well as a more casual button masher. It’s a competitive fighter, as well as a Dragon Ball side story. Other Dragon Ball games have done Dragon Ball style mechanics better, Xenoverse’s 3D flight feels very authentic, but Dragon Ball FighterZ feels like the best of both worlds, and is one of the very best Dragon Ball games of all time. How the fighting meta will develop is another question entirely, and whether or not tournaments like EVO will allow DBFZ to join its ranks is still up for debate, but this is easily the most exciting new fighter I’ve played in a very long time.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is now out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

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