He is one of the most feared fighters in the current "Dragon Ball Super" anime.
If you don't pre-order the game, then beta will go completely open on Sunday Jan 14, so don't stress out too much if you forget, or don't want to pre-order.
A few days ago, audiences glimpsed the deadly skills of the legendary assassin Hit, in a character trailer that showcased his unique time-skip ability.
Before concluding, Bandai Namco has shipped out a new trailer showing Hit. Many fans could not accept that Hit is already out of the game, which resulted in speculations that it was only the phantom of Hit that was eliminated. Fans are hoping that other new characters, like the female Super Saiyan, Caulifla, and Freiza's Universe 6 counterpart, Frost, will also join the game's roster.
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For starters, open beta participants will gain access to characters such as Goku, Vegeta, Adult Gohan, Frieza, Kid Buu, Beerus, Cell, Piccolo, Krillin, Nappa, and Android 18. Those that pre-ordered the game will be able to play a day early, on January 13.
In another news, Christopher Sabat, who is the voice actor of Vegeta, and Sean Schemmel, who voices Goku, will have a "Dragon Ball FighterZ" match this month.
January 25th at the Santa Ana eSports Arena (same venue Wednesday Night Fights plays out at every week) we'll see the real life showdown between Goku and Vegeta. It's also available to stream on FunimationNOW and Amazon.
DragonBall FighterZ is out on January 26 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in North America and Europe (the Japanese release date is in February).