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Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC’s Epic Dramatic Finishes For Broly And Bardock

Out with a bang.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ has just added its first two post-release characters on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. As of March 28, Broly and Bardock became available for purchase, bringing with them new moves and some epic new Dramatic Finishes. Watch our video above to see how Broly and Bardock finish some key matches.

First up in the video, you'll see the Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. He devastates his opponents with his immense size and power; but, as the saying goes, the bigger they are the harder they fall, and his Dramatic Finishes don't disappoint. Then, the video switches to Bardock, a close-range fighter who emphasises rush attacks. Of course, he goes full Super Saiyan in his Dramatic Finish. Frieza never stood a chance.

Broly and Bardock are available to download for $5 each, and each character also comes with his own Lobby avatar and Z Stamp. If you purchased the game's $35 FighterZ Pass, you'll receive the two new Saiyans at no additional cost. There are at least six more DLC characters on the books for Dragon Ball FighterZ, all of which are also covered in that FighterZ Pass. Bandai Namco won't say who those characters are yet, but here are the 15 DLC characters we'd love to see in the game.

In GameSpot's Dragon Ball FighterZ review, Peter Brown called it a "fighting game that can go toe-to-toe with the best of the genre" and awarded it a 9/10. If you're just jumping into the title, be sure to check out our guides of gameplay tips and how to collect all the Dragon Balls and summon Shenron.

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