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Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission

The latest issue of V-Jump provides the latest information on Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. We have details on Card and Mission Edit features as well as Ahms’ second form and online Limited Battles.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits, courtesy of Siliconera:

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a notable entry in the franchise. For the first time, Bandai Namco is bringing a game in the sub-series west. North America and Europe will both be getting it on April 5, which matches up with the timing of the Japanese launch.

Masayuki Hirano, who is worked on the Dragon Ball game franchise, spoke about the decision to offer Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission in the west during the Dragon Ball Games – Super Showcase earlier this week. He noted the following:

This past week, Bandai Namco finally confirmed Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for the west. The game will be distributed in North America and Europe alongside the previously-announced Japanese version.

We actually already know that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will be sold physically overseas. Amazon is taking pre-orders here and Amazon UK has it here. We have the boxart above as well.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is officially coming west, Bandai Namco has revealed. The news was just announced during the Dragon Ball Games Super Showcase.

For those who missed it as part of the Japanese announcement a few months ago, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a “super card battle adventure”. The North American and European launch will be taking place on the same day – April 5.

Here’s the first English trailer:

Bandai Namco uploaded a new commercial for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. Get a look at the brief advert below.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will be available in Asia, and we have some good news for fans in the west. Early reports indicate that the game will support English.

It’s thought that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will be made available in North America and Europe since a rating was spotted not too long ago in Asia, though we don’t have a confirmation just yet. Still, even if Bandai Namco only chooses to offer it in Japan and Asia only, English fans will be able to play it. Additionally, we now know that there will be at least one region with a physical release containing English support.

Play-Asia is taking pre-orders for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission here.

Bandai Namco just uploaded a second trailer for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. We’ve included it below.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is scheduled for an April 4 release in Japan.

Thanks to Amazon Japan, we now have the boxart for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. Check out the packaging image above.

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V-Jump is confirming today that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is launching on April 4. It was previously scheduled for a general Spring 2019 release.

Bandai Namco has yet to announce Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for the west. However, it was rated in Australia back in November, suggesting there are plans for North America and Europe.

UPDATE: Here are a few screenshots from the game courtesy of Gematsu.

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The latest issue of V-Jump has an update on Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. This time around, we have news about online play.

Two online versus modes are included in Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. In Regular Versus, you can go up against players close to your skill. There’s also Ranked Versus, which has a ranking system and rules that change every two hours.

V-Jump also confirms an offline local versus mode that lets you connect with two or more Switch consoles. Additionally, the magazine reveals an early-purchase bonus of Son Goku Xeno, Vegeta Xeno, Jiren, and ??? (mystery character) avatar cards plus an early-unlock of three powerful UR cards.

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