Free Dragon Ball Super: Season 1 Available Right Now

Microsoft is offering up the first 13 episodes for free, plus big discounts on seasons 2-4.

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Dragon Ball Super is the newest Dragon Ball anime series, starting in 2015 and ending earlier this year. It follows Goku and his friends after the defeat of Majin Buu, and while things start off peacefully, they don't stay that way for long. Now, thanks to a big deal from Microsoft, you're able to download the explosive first season of the series for free, and if you're hooked, you can buy the following three seasons at a big discount.

In a listing spotted by Wario64, the Microsoft Store is giving away the first 13 episodes of Dragon Ball Super for free (its regular price is $27). You can also buy Seasons 2-4 for $13 each (a big markdown from their regular price, also $27 each). You can watch the episodes on an Xbox One, or get them on your PC, Hololens, or mobile device. The deal won't be around for long; Microsoft says the prices will expire on July 10.

Dragon Ball Super is the first Dragon Ball anime with an original story in 18 years. It's the official sequel to Z, with Toriyama involved in production, and its early episodes cover the events of the films Battle of the Gods and Resurrection F. Thanks to a partnership between Crunchyroll and Funimation, the English sub is widely available. If you aren't interested in buying this version from the Microsoft Store, check out these other ways to watch below:

US, CanadaCrunchyroll (sub); Funimation (sub and dub)
UKCrunchyroll (sub)
Australia and New ZealandAnime Lab (sub and dub); Crunchyroll (sub)

And if you're in the mood to watch even more Dragon Ball, from the beginning to Z and beyond, check out GameSpot's guide on how to watch all Dragon Ball series.

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