New Info on Dragon Ball FighterZ's Arcade Mode

New Info on Dragon Ball FighterZ's Arcade Mode

Fans will be able to try out Kid Buu, Ultimate Gohan and Gotenks inside "Dragon Ball FighterZ", as soon as the game is released on January 26. This is typical for a company like Bandai Namco to update folks on an upcoming game via an official website, in which the official Japanese website for Dragon Ball FighterZ reflects a list of information on the game and much more. Meanwhile, Gotenks, which is Trunk and Goten's fused form, can deliver his "Super Ghost Kamikaze Attacks" as well as his "Charging Ultra Buu Buu Volleyball".

Developers also noted that Kid Buu has quite the interesting array of moves inside the game, so opponents need to be prepared for anything. We see that Gotenks excels in Power, Speed, Technique and Energy, which results in an ease of use score of S.

"Gohan (Adult) can change the outcome of the fight by unleashing his ultimate ability mid-game to unlock his true power!"

Aside from the new roster of characters, the magazine also revealed the new Arcade Mode. In Arcade Mode players will be able to test their strength.

Also, players who can manage to conquer the Arcade mode can unlock the in-game currency called "Zeni", which they can use to buy character color variations and titles in the in-game shop. In this mode, 3 courses are available and when the course is completed Hard Mode is unlocked.

Gotenks is the first Fusion Dance character to be seen in the Dragon Ball series, and time will tell if he is the last Fusion character to be added to Dragon Ball FighterZ line-up.

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