Dragon Ball Fighterz kamehamehas its way to Switch in 2018.

DLC will also be available for the game on [TK]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ has been announced for the Nintendo Switch today as part of Nintendo’s E3 press conference with the popular fighting game set to come out on the system in 2018.

Dragon Ball Fighterz originally launched on PS4, Xbox One, and PC back at the start of the year and has constantly been receiving DLC characters every few months. The second DLC pack featuring Fused Zamasu and Vegito Blue, was released recently and should hopefully be coming to the Switch alongside the other six DLC characters in the form of the FighterZ DLC Pass.

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The game is developed by Arc System Works, the developer behind popular fighting games like BlazBlue and Guilty Gear. The team were given the tools by Bandai Namco and Akira Toriyama, Dragon Ball’s creator, to make Dragon Ball’s first major fighting game with competitive gameplay in mind and they did not disappoint.

The game currently has an esports scene in the worlds and is constantly at some of the biggest FGC events in the world. It will also be making its appearance at Evo this year alongside a star-studded lineup.

Dragon Ball FighterZ was one of a bunch of leaked E3 Nintendo Switch titles that included Fortnite and Paladins with the latter getting an official announcement some days before the conference.