According to a press release from Bandai Namco Japan, a new title of the Dragon Ball franchise would arrive in early 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. The press release backs this up as it states that players will "determine the compatibility between characters" to form a team. The game is now in development at Ark System Works Co., a Japanese game development studio located in Yokohama, Japan.
The press release from Bandai Namco was dated for June 12 which is coincidentally, the same day as Sony's E3 press conference.
Details are now light on the upcoming PlayStation 4 release, but we do know that the game will feature three-on-three battles.
While we don't know too much about the game just yet, we know that the game will feature Goku, Vegeta, and the usual cast of Dragonball Z's rogue's gallery so far: Cell, Frieza, and Majin Buu.
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Deviating from the long line of 3D Dragon Ball fighting titles, Dragon Ball Fighters will be 2.5 - which means battles will be fought on a 2D plane, but with 3D character models.
Producer Tomoko Hiroki says that the reason for this choice is in order to have a broader range of expresson, as well as to perform other actions, such as shifting the camera angle, which are not possible with a 2D only approach.
Dragon Ball Fighters is expected to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC early next year.
We've reached out to Arc System Works to see if we can find out more, but for the time being, here are the first screenshots from the game.
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