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Dragon Ball: Fusions

Dragon Ball Fusions received an update this month which added a bunch of content. Players have access to online battles, new characters, new fusion possibilities, and more. For a look at the free update, view the video below.

Bandai Namco previously announced that a big Dragon Ball Fusions update is planned for February 17 in Europe. A release date of February 13 has now been confirmed for North America.

Dragon Ball Fusions’ update adds in online battles, an online special moves trading function, new characters, new fusion possibilities, and more.

Here’s a rundown of upcoming content:

New Characters:

  • Future Trunks 
  • Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Trunks
  • SSGSS Vegito
  • Zamasu
  • Fused Zamasu

Though it is already available in North America, Dragon Ball Fusions is scheduled to arrive in Europe on February 17 and now Bandai Namco has unveiled that a day 1 patch will be available that same day.

This patch is not necessary to play, but after installing it, all players will get new characters, items, titles and Special Moves.

Here’s the new characters that will come with the patch:

  • Trunks (Super)
  • Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Trunks (Super)
  • SSGSS Vegito
  • Zamas
  • Fused Zamas

The update will be releasing in North America at some point. However, we still don’t know when the new content will be available.


Bandai Namco previously confirmed that Dragon Ball Fusions would be coming to Europe in February, but didn’t provide an exact date. Today, the publisher announced a release date of February 17. This includes Middle East and Australasian territories as well.

Source: Bandai Namco PR

One of Dragon Ball Fusions’ recent updates in Japan added Goku Black and Future Trunks from Dragon Ball Super. Check out some footage below.

These characters should be coming west early next year, along with online play and other new content.

Dragon Ball Fusions debuted in North America a few days ago. Bandai Namco brought it to retail, but as always, you can opt for the digital version. Going with the latter option means you’ll need 4,730 blocks of free space (591.25 MB).

Yesterday, GameXplain held a live stream for Dragon Ball Fusions that spanned three hours. Get a look at the full archived version below.

The folks over at Game Informer have shared more footage from the English version of Dragon Ball Fusions. Check out their video below.

Since Bandai Namco put out Dragon Ball Fusions in Japan, developer Ganbarion has been working on a steady stream of updates for the game. Online play was added, along with a bunch of other stuff like new characters.

Bandai Namco has now confirmed that the same type of content will head west. In early 2017, an update will be made available “that will implement online battles, an online special moves trading function, new characters, new fusion possibilities, and more.” Bandai Namco will share more details about the update including a specific date in the future.

It’s unclear if North America will simply be getting one huge update encompassing all of Japan’s patches. Also, while this news specifically pertains to the states, Europe should have access as well following launch next February.

Japan is actually receiving its third update on December 7. After participating in online events, players can gain access to the new characters Super Saiyan Trunks, Super Saiyan Blue Vegito, and the fused version of Zamasu from Dragon Ball Super. Players can also unlock new moves and titles depending on their completion.

Source: Bandai Namco PR

Dragon Ball Fusions is launching tomorrow in North America. Take a lengthy look at the game below with 85 minutes of gameplay.

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