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Bandai Namco Teases An RPG Dragon Ball Project

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Bandai Namco Teases An RPG Dragon Ball Project

Bandai Namco has just teased a new warrior from universe 11 is joining the fight at Dragon Ball Fighter Z, the publisher also teased the development of a Action-RPG Dragon Ball game.

Of course we all are expecting Jiren will be the one who join for now we can’t definitely tell it’s him.


Check the tweet from Bandai Namco:

DRAGON BALL FighterZ maximizes high-end anime graphics and now brings its easy to learn but difficult to master fighting gameplay to Nintendo Switch, joining the active community of fighters on the Xbox One, PlayStation®4, and PCs via STEAM®. The game includes some unique features on the Nintendo Switch platform, including simplified controls for single Joy-Con® play, 1 vs. 1 ad hoc play, 1 – 6 multi-player capability, lightning-fast 60 FPS gameplay powered by the Unreal Engine®4, and 3 vs. 3 tag/support allowing players to train and master more than one fighter/style.

I grew up watching the anime and I always thought about how awesome would it be a console an Open World, Adventure RPG Dragon Ball game, currently mostly all RPG Dragon Ball titles had released on handheld devices like GBA and Nintendo DS, I can only dream someday I can be set on my adventure to find the Dragon Balls along with Bulma, Krillin and Yamcha while fighting all kinds of foes, and why not? Testing my skills against the best players in an online Martial Arts Tournament, it would also be awesome a character creation mode based on the artwork of Akira Toriyama, but I’m drifting, tell me how you would like a Dragon Ball RPG in the comment section below.

We don’t have more information about what’s next from Bandai Namco but keep it tuned to Gaming Instincts on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th when Bandai Namco releases more information about Dragon Ball Fighter Z and this new action-RPG Dragon Ball game.

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