DragonBall FighterZ Gets A New Trailer Showing Off Hit

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Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ was first revealed in June of previous year. He's also the subject of Bandai Namco's latest trailer, so watch him go to work below.

For this week, we see the legendary assassin from the sixth universe, Hit, receive a trailer showcasing his onslaught and his Time-Skip ability.

English voice actors Sean Schemmel (Goku) and Chrisopher Sabat (Vegeta) have been having a bit of a playful spat on Twitter, puffing out chests and comparing virtual Spirit Bomb sizes (I know Vegeta doesn't do the SB).

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In Dragon Ball FighterZ players select three characters who will form their team in each fight, and all three characters have to be defeated to win the clash.

Unfortunately, it seems like we won't be able to give Hit a try during the open beta next week as Arc System Works' has already announced the roster of playable fighters (of which you'll be able to choose from Beerus, Goku, Kid Buu, Android 18, Frieza, Nappa, Cell, Krillin, Adult Gohan, Vegeta and Piccolo).

Pre-ordering Dragon Ball FighterZ will also grant early access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta and two exclusive lobby avatars.

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The "Dragon Ball FighterZ" open beta will start on January 14 at 3:00 a.m. EST to January 16 at the same time.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is nearing its January 26, 2018 release date, and that means that publisher Bandai Namco is showing off more of the upcoming fighting game.

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