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Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission

Bandai Namco has shared the latest batch of details for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission covering the story and Original Mission mode. We’ve rounded up the news below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission has only been announced thus far. But based on a new classification, we could be getting a western release.

Over in Australia, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission was rated today. Usually these listings are signs that developers and publishers intended to release their games in the designated territory.

If and when Bandai Namco makes an official announcement, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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Bandai Namco posted a new teaser trailer for the recently-released Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission. View the video below.

The website for digital card game Super Dragon Ball Heroes, coming to Switch in Japan, just opened, revealing a lot of new info about the title. Here are the details listed on the website, courtesy of a translation by Gematsu.

Earlier today, news of Bandai Namco bringing Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission leaked out of V-Jump. Check out the first scan from the magazine above.

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Bandai Namco will publish Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, according to the latest issue of V-Jump. Dimps is developing the project.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will include over 1,160 cards from Cardass arcade games Super Dragon Ball Heroes 1 to 8 plus Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission 1 and 2. There will also be about 350 characters.