Dragon Ball FighterZ Adds Free DLC Character Trials

Three are free right now, with more to come in the future.


With the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ's third season and the upcoming introduction of new characters in the form of the FighterZ Pass 3, Bandai Namco also revealed that DBFZ will get free trials of its paid DLC characters.

The first three characters available for all players--regardless of platform or currently-owned DLC--are the Legendary Super Saiyan Broly (his DBZ model, not the Super version introduced in FighterZ Pass 2), sword-wielding demon Janemba, and Frieza's much-cooler older brother Cooler. All three are playable from February 28 to March 1. Bandai Namco has confirmed that more free DLC trials are coming in the future, though it's unclear if they will always come in threes.

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DBFZ's third season is officially underway, and with it comes a bunch of new additions and changes. Alongside balance adjustments and feature inclusions, such as the new Z Assist and Limit-Breaking Power, DLC fighters Kelfa (a fusion between Caulifla and Kale) and Ultra-Instinct Goku (the seventh Goku in the game) are also on the way. Kefla will be available on February 28 (or February 26 if you own the FighterZ Pass 3), while UI Goku joins the roster sometime between March 19 and June 20.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is part of Evo's 2020 line-up, the annual fighting game tournament that takes place in Las Vegas between July 31 and August 2. It's possible we'll see competitors using Kefla and UI Goku.

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