Bandai Namco Hints Season 2 of Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Bandai Namco has some big news and reveals for fans of Dragon Ball games, with the Dragon Ball Games Super Showcase that is set to live stream on 14 January, 2019. The publisher has hinted another season of Dragon Ball FighterZ.

In a tweet, the publisher indicates that the game’s producers will be on hand, including Xenoverse 2’s Masayuki Hirano and Dragon Ball FighterZ’s Tomoko Hiroki will have big interviews in store. The whole event will be streamed over at the Bandai Namco’s Twitch channel, so you can check out the announcement live.

You have 4 DAYS to prepare! If you’re a fan of #DRAGONBALL games tune into our #twitch livestream on Jan. 14 from 4-5PM PST! There will be BIG reveals, BIG news and BIG interviews with the producers of Dragon Ball FighterZ and Xenoverse 2. Watch it here: http://twitch.tv/bandainamcous

While there is no confirmation or definitive answers to the question of the DLC coming in the game, it looks more likely that a second season pass will happen. Over at Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe’s official YouTube channel, you can find the company posting numerous comments across various videos.

Over in the videos, Bandai Namco is quite active in replying to the comments, where one reads “Save the date (26/27 January) for the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals stream on Twitch.” So an announcement of some sort can probably be expected then.

Will we be expecting more fighters in a new season is yet to be confirmed, though only Hiroki will have an idea of who will be included in the game. Nonetheless, there is something “big” coming for Dragon Ball FighterZ fans in a few days.

What do you think of the rumors of a new season coming in Dragon Ball FigtherZ? What new characters would you like to see in the game? Let us know in the comments below.

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