Dragon Ball FighterZ for Switch launches September 27 in Japan

Includes download code for Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden.

Dragon Ball FighterZ

The recently announced Switch version of Dragon Ball FighterZ will launch in Japan on September 27 for 6,800 yen, the latest issue of V-Jump reveals.

Purchase bonuses for the Switch version include a download code for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System game Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden, early unlocks for playable characters Goku (SSGSS) and Vegeta (SSGSS), and a Super Rare card for the Super Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game.

New in the Switch version is the “Extreme Type” control type, which makes it easy to unleash special moves by using combinations of L + R. For example, L + R + Heavy will unleash a meteor attack. The Switch version also supports one Joy-Con per player share play.

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