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Dragon Ball FighterZ Available Now and Enhanced for Xbox One X

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Get those Kamehameha, Big Bang, and Death Ball attacks ready as Dragon Ball FighterZ is now available for the Xbox One family of devices and enhanced for Xbox One X. With amazing looking character models and an easy to learn but hard to master fighting gameplay, Dragon Ball FighterZ looks to be the definitive fighting game experience for fans of the “Dragon Ball” anime franchise.

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With a slew of features like 3 vs. 3 tag-team battles, online ranked matches, interactive lobbies and the six-player Party Match, there’s a ton here to take in and master. In addition to all those features, there’s also an epic single-player story that follows Android 21, a new character who was created just for this game.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Screenshot

Dragon Ball FighterZ is available in a variety of versions that you can download today from the Microsoft Store. In addition to the standard edition of the game, you can pick up Dragon Ball FighterZ – FighterZ Edition that includes exclusive lobby avatars, the FighterZ Pass, and an early unlock of Android 21. There’s also the Dragon Ball FighterZ – Ultimate Edition that includes everything from the FighterZ Edition in addition to early unlocks for Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan (SSGSS) Goku, SSGSS Vegeta, and a special lobby avatar.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Screenshot

Dragon Ball FighterZ will feature high-end anime graphics powered by Unreal engine with smooth 60 fps gameplay at 1080p on Xbox One. And as an Xbox One X Enhanced title, gameplay will be available at a higher resolution on Xbox One X.

For all of the latest news on Dragon Ball FighterZ, be sure to follow Bandai Namco on Twitter and keep it tuned to Xbox Wire.

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