See Dragon Ball FighterZ's Newest DLC Characters In Action
Watch Jiren and Videl square off.
Bandai Namco is kicking off a second season of DLC for Dragon Ball FighterZ this week with the release of two new characters: Jiren and Videl. With the pair now on sale as of January 31, Bandai Namco has shared a new gameplay video (below) showcasing both fighters in action. You can also watch a livestream of us checking out the new fighters above.
The Bandai Namco video pits Jiren and Videl against each other in a standard three-on-three bout, giving fans a closer look at each one's fighting style. Jiren looks like a real powerhouse, knocking Super Saiyan Blue Goku out with ease. Videl, meanwhile, favors close-range combat, and as we saw in her reveal trailer, she can call in Gohan (dressed as Great Saiyaman) for certain attacks.
Jiren and Videl will each retail for the same price as other Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC characters: $5. Both are also included in the FighterZ Pass 2, which costs $25 and grants access to four additional characters, two of whom will be Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta and Broly from the new Dragon Ball Super movie. The remaining two fighters have yet to be announced.
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Ahead of Jiren and Videl's release, Bandai Namco rolled out an update for Dragon Ball FighterZ across all platforms. This one primarily makes various balance adjustments. You can read the full patch notes on Bandai Namco's website.
In other Dragon Ball news, Bandai Namco recently revealed the first trailer for its new Dragon Ball Z action RPG. The game is being developed by CyberConnect 2 (Asura's Wrath, Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy) and is slated to launch later this year for PS4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam. Bandai Namco hasn't shared many other details about the title yet, but it will be a retelling of the series and star Goku.
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