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Dragon Ball FighterZ Videl

Videl is one playable character for Dragon Ball FighterZ who wasn’t originally a surefire inclusion. Tomoko Hiroki, the game’s producer, originally had some skepticism.

In a recent interview, Hiroki pointed to Videl as a character that was hard to decide on. Ultimately the uncertainty came down to whether “it was right to have her fight on the same level as other more canonically powerful characters.” But after talking with different people involved with the project and coming up with the idea of having Great Saiyaman to assist her in battle, she was able to make the cut.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Switch Online Game Trial

The next Nintendo Switch Online Game Trial has been revealed, and members will soon be able to play Dragon Ball FighterZ at no extra cost.

If you’re a subscriber, the full title can be experienced for free. An Expansion Pack membership is not required. Save data can also be transferred to the full version.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ sales milestone

Bandai Namco announced today that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Dragon Ball FighterZ have each surpassed cumulative shipments of ten million copies worldwide. That’s based on data collected across all platforms. It’s worth noting that both titles have set new sales records for Dragon Ball console games.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which first released in 2016 and a year later in Switch, has the largest number of playable characters among current Dragon Ball console game titles, with up to 129 characters (including paid DLC). According to Bandai Namco, is still has “one million monthly active users, with many fans regularly playing the game.”

Dragon Ball FighterZ update 1.31

Dragon Ball FighterZ started to distribute a new 1.31 update on most platforms last week, though not on Switch. Thankfully, after a short delay, everyone on Nintendo’s console can access it as well.

The new update is all about balance adjustments. There are a ton of changes to sift through across the board for the game’s characters.

Below are the full patch notes for the Dragon Ball FighterZ version 1.31 update:

Dragon Ball FighterZ Android 21 (Lab Coat)

Today, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works set a release date for the latest roster inclusion for Dragon Ball FighterZ, Android 21 (Lab Coat).

This character was previously announced a couple of months ago in December. However, a specific release date wasn’t provided at the time. We now know that all Switch players can get their hands on the character starting on February 24, 2022.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Android 21 Lab Coat

Android 21 (Lab Coat) is joining Dragon Ball FighterZ as a new DLC fighter, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works revealed today.

Actual information was not provided. The two companies did release a teaser trailer for the character, which we’ve included below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 have each surpassed eight million units in terms of total worldwide shipments and digital sales, Bandai Namco announced today. That applies to combined sales across all platforms.

Bandai Namco is celebrating the milestones with different activities for both games. Get the full rundown below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ was updated to version 01.27 on Switch this week. Along with a couple of changes to Z Assists, there are also a bunch of fighter adjustments.

Below are the full patch notes: 

Bandai Namco and Arc System Works today unveiled the final release date for the next Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC character. Gogeta (SS4) will arrive next week, the two sides confirmed.

For all players, the latest fighter is scheduled for March 12. FighterZ Pass 3 owners can gain early access on March 10.

Here’s a trailer:

Dragon Ball FighterZ - Super Baby 2

Bandai Namco has shared a new video for Dragon Ball FighterZ showcasing direct-feed gameplay of Super Baby 2, the game’s latest DLC character. We’ve included it below.

Super Baby 2 will be available for Dragon Ball FighterZ on January 15.

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