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The next DLC character for Dragon Ball FighterZ has been revealed in the latest issue of V-Jump: it’ll be Ultra Instinct Goku. That is unfortunately literally all the info we have at the moment. More details will be revealed at the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals, which will take place on February 8 and 9 in Paris.

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Arc System Works has announced Code Shifter, a game featuring characters from across its various franchises including Guilty Gear, BlazBlue, and the River City series. It will launch digitally for Switch and other platforms on January 30 in Japan for 2,000 yen, and is slated to come “soon” to the west. It will support English, Japanese, Korean, and Traditional Chinese language options. Take a look at the overview, image gallery, and trailer below:

Version 1.20 of Kill la Kill: IF is now available on Nintendo Switch. As previously announced, this update adds the new playable character Mako Mankanshoku among other improvements.

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During a recent live stream, Bandai Namco showed off a ton of Dragon Ball FighterZ footage featuring new DLC character Broly from Dragon Ball Super. Watch the archive below.

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] will launch on February 21, 2020, publisher PQube announced today. The game’s release was previously confirmed for February 20 in North America and Japan.

Tying in with today’s news, PQube has put out a new trailer featuring the “Frozen Fang of Eternity” Londrekia Light, the 21st character joining the roster. We have it below.

Bandai Namco has prepared a new trailer to promote the December 5 release date of Broly (DBS) being added to Dragon Ball FighterZ. We have it below.

Mako Mankanshoku is joining Kill la Kill: IF as a new playable character, Arc System Works has announced. The character will be available via a free update soon on Switch.

Here’s a brief overview of Mako:

After previously appearing on Wii U, Family Tennis SP will be out worldwide on Switch tomorrow. View a bit of footage below.

Arc System Works announced today that Family Tennis SP is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Originally released on the Wii U back in 2014 in Japan and in 2015 in the West, the Switch version will be released on November 28 in North America and Japan and on December 16 in Europe. The game will be available on the eShop for $6.99 / €6.99 / 800 Yen. Check out the trailer for the Switch version:

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Arc System Works has shared the official patch notes for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle version 2.0. New systems include Cross Raid, Extra Assault, Rampage Time, and Delayed Down Entrance. Other system changes have been made as well as a ton of fighter adjustments.

The full patch notes are as follows: