Dragon Ball Fighter Z Could Come to Nintendo Switch

Patrice Gainsbourg
Junho 20, 2017

If you grew up watching Dragonball Z like I did, then chances are you were fairly excited to see Dragon Ball FighterZ introduced on the Xbox stage at E3 this year.

In nearly 150 games related to the Dragon Ball franchise, few have really managed to capture the feel of the anime's action - a lot of games are too slow, or bloated, or even floaty. However, that could change if enough people show Bandai Namco that they want it. The latter may not come out at the same time as the others, but we might consider it.

Diane Kruger to star in filmmaker Robert Zemeckis' upcoming movie
He is also producing via his Universal-based ImageMovers, along with Jack Rapke and Steve Starkey, as well as Cherylanne Martin. Her upcoming projects include "Butterfly in the Typewriter" and Justin Kelly's " JT Leroy ".

During a recent interview between the French gaming site Gameblog and Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki, the developer claimed that the lack of power compared to other platforms on the market wasn't holding the game back from releasing on Switch. "We found no technical difficulties when developing Xenoverse 2 for the Switch". Moreover, the game producer made an assurance that they will be adding more characters in "Dragon Ball FighterZ" as it is already expected from them. This fourth DLC pack is expected sometime this month, though for players who are still looking to play the main game, the three DLCs are available via the season pass.

For those that don't know: Dragon Ball FighterZ is a 2.5D fighting game of 3-on-3 battles featuring the roster of heroes and villains from the Dragon Ball series. The problem is, at least for Nintendo fans, that the game was, for some reason, not announced for the Switch- only PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Outros relatórios LazerEsportes

Discuta este artigo

SIGA O NOSSO JORNAL