Dragon Ball FighterZ is shaping up to launch for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on January 26th in the West and on February 1st in Japan. Ahead of its official release comes a new TV spot and competitive gameplay footage.
Graphically Arc System Works have done an excellent job on Dragon Ball FighterZ. The game looks at times like a nicely drawn cartoon, but just because a game looks pretty doesn’t mean that it will play well in practice.
Well, the good news is that not only do we get to see more quick glimpses of Dragon Ball FighterZ via a TV spot but we also get to see actual lengthy gameplay.
First up comes the TV spot showing various segments of gameplay and characters. The video doesn’t run long, but if you are hard up for more Dragon Ball FighterZ this video should sate your thirst.
Thanks to Bandai Namco’s 876TV YouTube channel you can catch the short TV spot trailer right here.
The next and last video is the tournament video featuring that of Maximilian Dood Vs. SonicFox. The good news about this video is that it shows a more competitive and technical side of Dragon Ball FighterZ.
In addition to the above, the video does not shy away from using all types of moves and cancels or even every bit of the given stage, which includes air and ground space.
The video runs for 10 minutes and includes Android 18, Piccolo, Cell, two Android 16s, and Trunks. You can watch the video below thanks to XusesGB.
More information on Dragon Ball FighterZ will likely come out of the woodwork sometime soon given that its release date is approaching closer day by day. In the meantime, though, you can stay up to date on all things Dragon Ball FighterZ by visiting its official website dba.bn-ent.net.