Check Out Over 20 Minutes Of Dragon Ball FighterZ Gameplay
(Last Updated On: August 24, 2017)

Want to see over 20 minutes of Bandai Namco and Arc System Works’ Dragon Ball FighterZ gameplay? Multiple new videos showing the upcoming DBZ fighting game is now up for your viewing pleasure, which the game itself is set to launch February, 2018.

A slew of new videos by RhymeStyle, Bandai Namco, and Maximillian Dood has surfaced showing Dragon Ball FighterZ. The gameplay footage reveals a lot of characters in action and shows quite a bit of stuff.

For starters, RhymeStyle and Maximilian Dood were given the chance to record the below footage from Gamescom 2017, which contained a demo build of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The demo features the newly released characters Androids 16, Android 18, Piccolo, Krillin and Trunks.

The first video by RhymeStyle shows off 10 minutes of gameplay footage with all of the new characters. The second video by Bandai Namco featuring RhymeStyle focuses on Piccolo, whilst the third video by Maximilian Dood is a full break down of Trunks and his fighting style. The two other video detail even more information about the game, including Android 16.

All five videos can be seen below courtesy of RhymeStyle, Bandai Namco, and Maximillian Dood‘s YouTube channel.

The game is looking really good and the combat is very solid as of this moment. Arc System Works knocked it out of the park with the graphical effects that make it look close to the actual animated series of DBZ, which has me all the more excited to see further gameplay of Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Eager fans looking to play Dragon Ball FighterZ can expect a closed beta to go live the mid-part of this year’s September. Dates for the playable closed beta are set for September 16th to September 18th; registration for the closed beta is now live.

Dragon Ball FighterZ currently has a launch date of February 2018 and will release across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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