'Dragon Ball FighterZ' Characters: Future Trunks Added to the Roster; Fan Poll Will Feature 'DBZ, ' DB Super' Characters for the Game!

By Miguel Paolo Togonon, | June 27, 2017

'Dragon Ball FighterZ' debuts at E3 and set to be launched in early 2018. (YouTube)

'Dragon Ball FighterZ' debuts at E3 and set to be launched in early 2018. (YouTube)

The latest updates for "Dragon Ball FighterZ" will feature Future Trunks coming to the roster and a fan poll will determine which character from the "Dragon Ball" universe will be added to the game.

It seems that the next playable character for the new "Dragon Ball" video game, "Dragon Ball FighterZ" has been revealed as the new issue of Shuisesha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine revealed that Future Trunks has been added to the roster.

Like Us on Facebook

The screenshot of Future Trunks in "Dragon Ball FighterZ" shows him raising his hands up in the air surrounded by yellow key in his Super Saiyan form, most likely preparing to use his signature move, "Heat Dome." Future Trunks' outfit will be his appearance in the "Android Saga" in "Dragon Ball Z" anime, Saiyan Island reported.

Future Trunks will be joining the likes of Son Goku, Vegeta, Son Gohan, Frieza, Cell and Majin Buu in "Dragon Ball FighterZ," which debuted at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo event last week.

In other news, it seems that fans want to see more of their favorite "Dragon Ball" characters in "Dragon Ball FighterZ."

EventHubs created a poll asking gaming and anime fans, which "Dragon Ball" character they would like to see in "Dragon Ball FighterZ" roster.

The selection of characters ranging from "Dragon Ball Z," OVA films to the current anime show "Dragon Ball Super." These include Nappa, Raditz, Cooler, Broly, Bardock, Super Buu, Kid Buu, Suprem Kai, Gotenks, Vegito, Gogeta, Beerus, Whis, Champa, Vados, Frost, Hit, Black Goku, Zamasu, Pikkon, Cabba, Caulifa, Kale, Janemba, Toppo, Jiren and many more.

Previous reports revealed that Bandai Namco Entertainment is planning to release "Dragon Ball FighterZ" for the Nintendo Switch.

The Japanese game publisher explained that it is possible that "Dragon Ball FighterZ" could be ported to the Switch, but only if there is enough demand from fans. However, game producer Tomoko Hiroki told Gameblog.fr that this is not a question of power as she explained that they are not having difficulty on "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" in the new Nintendo console.

Hiroki added that if they carry on getting requests from fans, they will manage to create a version of "Dragon Ball FighterZ" for the Nintendo Switch as well. The latter may not come out at the same time as the others, however the developers might consider it soon.

"Dragon Ball FighterZ" is set to launch sometime in 2018 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms.

©2017 Telegiz All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission
Real Time Analytics