New Dragon Ball FighterZ Trailer Shows Off The Powerful Broly

The legendary Super Saiyan joins the fight.

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Bandai Namco has shared a new trailer for Broly, one of the two DLC characters announced thus far for Dragon Ball FighterZ. This marks our first look at the legendary Super Saiyan in action following a very brief teaser video last month, and he looks to be an exciting addition to the anime fighting game.

Just as in the anime, Broly is one of the most physically imposing characters in Dragon Ball FighterZ, towering over everyone else on the roster. Despite his overwhelming size, however, Broly is also quite light on his feet, and his long reach makes him a challenging foe to deal with. In the video above, you can see him use his incredible power to dominate his rival, Goku.

Broly is one of the eight DLC characters planned for Dragon Ball FighterZ. He was first announced last month in an issue of V-Jump magazine alongside Bardock, the father of Goku. Following their reveal, some brief details and screenshots for each character emerged on the Japanese Dragon Ball FighterZ website. The website confirmed that Broly can unleash his signature attack, "Eraser Cannon," while Bardock can use a move called "Riot Javelin."

Bandai Namco has yet to announce when Broly and Bardock will be available to download or how much either character will cost, but players who've purchased the Dragon Ball FighterZ Fighter Pass will receive them at no additional charge on release. The Fighter Pass runs for $35 and also includes access to all six other as-yet-unrevealed DLC characters when they launch.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. GameSpot critic Peter Brown awarded the title a 9/10 in our Dragon Ball FighterZ review and said, "Even if you think Dragon Ball is old hat, and even if you're intimidated by fighting games, there's a good chance you'll be drawn into the explosive action and personalities that expertly evoke the anime's infectious spirit."

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