Dragon Ball FighterZ Trunks Gameplay Trailer

Ruben Ruiz
July 17, 2017

Dragon Ball FighterZ was considered one of the biggest games at last month's E3 event, with its incredible 2D gameplay and awesome presentation, suiting both avid fighting fans and anime lovers alike.

The game previously introduced Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Cell, Frieza and Majin Buu as well, with Trunks acting as the latest addition. The beta itself will feature nine characters. Producer Tomoko Hiroki announced the new character at Evo and debuted a new trailer showing off Trunks fighting against other familiar characters in the series. Registration for the beta begins on July 26 for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players. Hopefully more Dragon Ball Super characters are included!

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Basically, Hiroki is saying that Bandai Namco will determine interest in Dragon Ball games on the Switch based on the success of Xenoverse 2, with the "fan demand" he discussed in a previous interview being measured by that game's sales. Personally, this writer hopes that Piccolo and Krillin are the next Dragon Ball icons who'll be playable during the beta phase. There are plans for various changes to stages as matches go on but no plans to implement cross-play between platforms. You can see him action in the 45-second trailer below, which reminds us that Dragon Ball FighterZ isn't due out until early 2018.

The first question, which is also the thing that most players are wondering about, is how the title of the game is pronounced.

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