Arc System Works’ 2.5D fighter arrives on September 28th for Switch.
One day before its launch for Nintendo Switch, Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball FighterZ has received a new trailer. It’s live-action and showcases how different people of seemingly different skill levels can all compete on the same platform. They can also do so outside (if they must). Check it out below.
Dragon Ball FighterZ on Switch will support single Joy-Con play to allow for local multiplayer matches. Of course, it’s possible to host six player bouts in the Party Match mode using two Switch units and wireless connectivity. Those interesting in additional content like the FighterZ Pass and Anime Music Pack can purchase them separately from the Nintendo eShop.
As for current players on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, a free update has added new 1v1 and 2v2 gameplay options, new Z capsules for Halloween avatars and other cosmetics, and a new stage – the Galactic Arena. All of this (except for Galactic Arena) will be available for the Switch version on September 28th. The stage will be added “soon after”, so don’t fret.