Dragon Ball FighterZ was launched this year in January, and soon after its release, it became one of the biggest hits among gamers. The game is for everyone, from die-hard fans to casual ones, and has succeeded in making its visuals almost to the anime itself. One of the reasons behind it having such a huge impact is its easy-to-learn methods, although it requires a lot of practice to master them.
Therefore, everyone is excited for its Switch Version to arrive in September. The game was previously announced for Xbox One, PS4, and PC at E3 2017, but we had to wait till E3 2018 for it to be for the Nintendo Switch. Bandai Namco has even dropped a few hints on what to and what not to expect.
Even though the earlier rumor about a beta version for the Switch to come in August turned out to be true, we still aren’t sure of the date. But let’s not lose hope as we can expect something to be revealed soon enough.
But the big surprise is a series of modes that are coming to the Switch version, unavailable in all other versions. This includes a local multiplayer via 1v1 and 2v2 modes. And secondly, a 6-person Party Match mode is also going to be present, but only offline. While the first one is a good decision since Nintendo Switch is a mobile platform, the second one helps Switch owners to play it together. But there has been no word of making these modes available to other systems yet.