Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission official Japanese website opened, first detailsBecome a "Hero" in the Super Dragon Ball Heroes card game.
Bandai Namco has opened the official Japanese website for its newly announced Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for Switch.
The following two screenshots were also shared in a tweet:
Here are the first details, via the website:
The curtain rises on seven-versus-seven (maximum) card-based battles!
The story of a new “Hero” in the world of Dragon Ball. The Super Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game popular in game centers across Japan makes its debut on Nintendo Switch! Card battles have super-evolved from five to seven cards and battles are even faster. Create a team all your own from the cards you collected and aim to become the strongest hero!
1,160 cards from Super Dragon Ball Heroes!
Cards Super Dragon Ball Heroes sets one through eight, and Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission sets one and two will appear for a total of 1,160 cards across 10 sets!
Around 350 characters will appear, the highest amount in any Dragon Ball game ever!
The dual-screen gameplay of the arcade version is replicated on a single screen in the Nintendo Switch version!
A world where the super warriors that were once active are now treated as heroes. A card game based on the legendary warriors developed by Capsule Corporation is the latest craze.
People call it “Super Dragon Ball Heroes.”
The town where “Super Dragon Ball Heroes” is so popular is called Hero Town. A boy named Beat, who visits this town for the first time, is captivated by the “Super Dragon Ball Heroes” tournament shown on the video display in town.
This is the story of a boy, from his first encounter with “Super Dragon Ball Heroes” up until his becoming of a “Hero.”
A boy who first comes into contact with “Super Dragon Ball Heroes” after moving to Hero Town. An encounter that will change both his own destiny, and that of the world.
- Title: Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission
- Genre: Super Card Battle Adventure
- Platform: Nintendo Switch
- Release Date: 2019
- CERO: Pending
- MSRP: Pending