Dragon Ball Legends Character Roster – 7 Characters announced

Dragon Ball Legends Character Roster – 7 Characters announced

Dragon Ball Legends was announced at GDC this week after the success of Dragon Ball FighterZ on home console and PC, the long-running franchise is coming to mobile. And Bandai Namco has revealed seven members of the roster with any licensed fighting game the roster is super important.

The game’s website went live yesterday following a livestream. The game starts with players picking a six character shortlist which your opponent can see. Then you choose a team of three fighters to take into battle – similar to Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Dragon Ball Legends Character Roster:

We’ve played with the following six characters in a demo build of the game, so they’re pretty nailed on to appear in the final game.

  • Super Saiyan Goku
  • Piccolo
  • Pan
  • Vegeta
  • Frieza
  • Nappa

It’s interesting that we’ve only specifically seen a “Super Saiyan” version of Goku so far. This leaves the door open for different versions of the same character to appear in the game – Super Saiyan 2 and 3 perhaps?

Additionally, Dragon Ball Legends will be getting an all-new original character designed by Dragon Ball creator, Akira Toriyama. He’s not named, but is shown in the trailer.

Details on the new character are sparse, but we do know that he’s unique to Dragon Ball Legends, and is a Saiyan “from a time that is not from Goku’s” and will have his own story.

While the full roster hasn’t been revealed, Bandai Namco did say that they would be adding “every character available in the world of Dragon Ball.”

The title’s biggest draw is the real-time, global PvP, that lets players from all over the world challenge each another in one on one battles.

Dragon Ball fans can pre-register for the beta on their mobile platform of choice right now. Dragon Ball Legends will launch worldwide on IOS and Android this summer

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