To coincide with the launch of Arc System Works’ latest fighting game; Dragon Ball FighterZ, the Bandai Namco UK team are putting on a special (and FREE!) Dragon Ball FighterZ Public Event in London on Friday 26th January.
Bandai Namco state in their press release that this will be a celebration of the Dragon Ball series. As such, retro consoles will be set up to play the likes of Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3 and Dragon Ball Z Super Butoden, with more available to play at the event.
Above all else, however, is the chance to compete in the first UK tournament for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Bouts will be held in London (full details to follow), offering players free crack at the game and an exclusive, themed T-shirt for early registrants.
Will you be going? Let us know in the comments at the end of the article. There are the full details on the event below, plus some of the latest videos for this really cool looking title.
Full Event Details
Date: 12:00 to 22:00 / 26th January (Tournament check-in: 16:00)
Address: Under the Bridge, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS
Register for a ticket at https://dbfzlaunch.eventbrite.co.uk
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
You can catch the rest on their Eventbrite page.
Here’s the official flyer for the event, click to enlarge.
More on Dragon Ball FighterZ
Arc System Works lend their world-famous 2D fighter talents to the Dragon Ball franchise in its latest major platform iteration. With a striking cel-shaded art style and intense 3v3 battles, Arc seems ready to set the world on fire with Dragon Ball FighterZ.
The roster includes fan favourites such as Cell, Android 18 and Frieza amongst the obvious Goku, Vegeta and…. Yamcha!? Yes. Yamcha, apparently. Atop the expected Z characters, there are also fighters from the latest series; Dragon Ball Super. Beerus, Goku Black and Hit are set to go toe-to-toe with the universe’s finest.
The announcement video will follow this paragraph but be sure to check out the most recent character reveals on the playlist below! (23 Videos at time of publishing but this is likely to update.