Dragon Ball FighterZ To Release On Nintendo Switch On September 28th
Bandai Namco confirmed today when Dragon Ball FighterZ will release on Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe.
The new version of the Arc System Works fighting game, released earlie rthis year on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, will hit North America and Europe on September 28th, one day after the game releases in Japan.
Pre-order bonuses have also been revealed. All those who pre-order the game will receive immediate access to Goku (SSGSS) and Vegeta (SSGSS) as well as to the Japanese version of the SNES game Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden. DLC characters released so far are not included but will be available for purchase on day one.
In case you don’t know much about this excellent fighting game, you can check out Dave’s review here.
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 launches on Nintendo Switch this September.