In the meantime the responsible developers of Arc SystemWorks have reported some more details about the upcoming Beat’em Up “Dragon Ball FighterZ”. According to this, newcomers and casual fans are also to be approached.
Bandai Namco Entertainment and Arc SystemWorks (“BlazBlue”, “Guilty Gear”) are currently working on the Beat’em Up “Dragon Ball FighterZ”, which was presented as part of the E3 2017 in several gameplay videos. Now the developers have lost some more words to the game.
In a recent interview with Game Informer, producer Tomoko Hiroki has revealed that “Dragon Ball FighterZ” should also be suitable for newcomers and casual fans.
“We’re really concentrating on making it accessible to casual fans,” Hiroki said. “One of our biggest goals is to let these Dragon Ball Casual fans realize with this game how fun an authentic fighting game can be, and we want ultimately that these people become actual combat game users.”
According to Hiroki, one is interested in satisfying both the Beat’em Up players and the pure “Dragon Ball” fans. Furthermore, she had emphasized that the change from 3D to 2D has made, since one wanted to achieve this animated expression. To the number of characters, which will be contained in the final game, the developers have not yet betrayed anything. However, the level of development is currently only 20 percent.
“Dragon Ball FighterZ” is to be released early 2018 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC.