Over on Twitter, the company posted a handful of screenshots showing Kid Buu, Adult Gohan, and the game's Arcade Mode.
The Japanese Dragon Ball FighterZ has updated, revealing new information on the three newly announced fighters: Gotenks, Adult Gohan, and Kid Buu. The Arcade Mode will test your might as you fight stronger enemies to increase your rank and eventually become the strongest fighter.
The drip-feed of character reveals for Dragon Ball FighterZ continues. In this mode, 3 courses are available and players will unlock Hard mode when they complete the course. Gotenks has a short reach but rapid movements such as the Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack.
Dragon Ball FighterZ launches on 26th January 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. You collect Zeni points as you play battles and use them to unlock alternative colours for the playable characters and buy items from the in-game shop. This morning's press release gave us a few introductory details about each new fighter and their respective fighting styles and special moves.
These images show Kid Buu attacking with a stretchy arm that extends diagonally upward, possibly an anti-air, and what appears to be one of his super attacks.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is getting close to its early 2018 release. Additionally, he is wearing a blue and yellow Metamoran vest, which all Fusion dance characters wear. Although he doesn't have the same passion for fighting as his father, Goku, he does defend the ones he loves. Gotenks is the first Fusion Dance character to be seen in Dragon Ball.
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