Dragon Ball FighterZ: See Kefla in Action in the New Gameplay Trailer!
Dragon Ball FighterZ
PS4™ & XONE™ – US, AU, EU ASIA & JAPAN
Last time, Bandai Namco confirmed that Dragon Ball FighterZ‘s Season 3 will kick off on February 28th with the addition of DLC character Kefla. The announcement was accompanied by a trailer where Goku (Ultra Instinct) and Kefla were seen fighting off enemies on the battlefield.
Although Kefla appeared on the announcement trailer, Bandai Namco recently released a separate trailer for the character. So, before Kefla’s full release on the 28th, an over 4-minute new gameplay trailer is uncovered.
So, if you want to see Kefla in action with her signature moves from Dragon Ball Super, you can watch the video below, courtesy of Bandai Namco.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. And in case you missed it, the game is also confirmed as one of the official tournament games appearing at the main competition in Evo 2020.
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For more information about the game, you can refer to the details below.
A new battle against a revived Android 16 together with an army of super androids begin! Join Goku and his friends to fight their way to victory! The story is divided into three chapters, namely: the Super Warriors Arc, the Super Villain Arc, and the Android Arc. Each of these chapters resembles the outlook of Goku, Frieza and Android 18.
The game is a three-on-three fighting game. At the beginning of the battle, players are entitled to choose three fighters to complete their team. Only one is active at a time, however, you can summon your teammates for back up with special attacks or swapped out and tag-team style.
Strategy-wise, choosing a fighter with whom you are easy to work with and assembling a team that you know will complement each other very well is a plus point to you already. It concedes for engaging play and counter-play, such as trading in your more intelligent fighter to counter a strong but unwieldy rival.
The game has stunning visuals and motion. From the vivid colors to the splendid animations, everything just looks better compared to the previous titles of the game. The game is primarily a 2D fighter that uses 3D character models, but the models are shaded so perfectly to the point where it almost seems like its hand-drawn by an expert.
From the games’ insane visuals, it’s very tempting to imply that no other game has achieved the lightning-fast action of Dragon Ball quite as good as this. Attacks combine with a gratifying crunch, combos come out of nowhere, and super moves seem absolutely explosive. It’s a promising indication for a fighting game that’s trying to captivate a competitive audience.
- 3vs3 Tag/Support – Allows players to train and master more than one fighter/style which brings deeper gameplay
- High-end Anime Graphics – Using the power of the Unreal engine and the talented team at Arc System Works, DRAGON BALL FighterZ is a visual tour-de-force
- Spectacular Fights – Experience aerial combos, destructible stages, famous scenes from the DRAGON BALL anime reproduced in 60FPS and1080p resolution (Higher resolution will be supported on PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio)
- Announced Characters – Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Cell, Frieza and Majin Buu
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