Dragon Ball FighterZ For Switch Gets Open Beta This August

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Bandai Namco have announced that the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball FighterZ will be getting an open beta in August, allowing players to get to grips with how the game will work on the portable console before it launches in September.

It’s also been confirmed that the game will come with some new local multiplayer features that’ll really make use of the Switch’s capabilities, including 2v2 and 1v1 matches, along with an offline six player party match mode. Players can also use Joy-Cons or the Pro Controller, along with a Switch fighting stick if you’re that way inclined.

In even better news, all previously released DLC will be available to buy on the Nintendo Store from Day 1, meaning that the Switch version won’t be lagging behind like other staggered releases. Pre-ordering the game will also give you early access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta, though both can be earned through in-game progress.

We reviewed FighterZ for the Xbox One when it came out back in January, and though we found the single player content to be a little anemic, the actual fighting was exemplary. Here’s hoping that translates when FighterZ launches on the Switch on September 28th.

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