Dragon Ball FighterZ Game Pass

Dragon Ball FighterZ is making its way over to PC Game Pass today. The popular fighting game by Arc System Works has been around for quite some now. It released all the way back in 2018, but age hasn’t slowed it down one bit, and it’s still easy to get some great matches online. This is a great time for it to join PC Game Pass, too, since the game’s newest DLC fighter joins the roster today.

Obviously, since it’s a Dragon Ball game, you’re able to control some of the most popular characters in the series. Choices range from classics, like Goku and Vegeta, to baddie,s like Cell and Frieza. It’s safe to say that Dragon Ball FighterZ is a must-play for die-hard fans of the anime or manga.

 

Prepare yourself before taking on Goku and Co.

There are a few things worth noting before you decide to butt heads with your favorite Dragon Ball characters. Firstly, if you’re a newcomer to the game, the online mode is likely going to be painful. Players have been practicing and enjoying the game for years at this point, so make sure to head into the online mode prepared. The second thing to note is that this is the standard version of the game, so, naturally, it doesn’t actually come with any of the DLC fighters. This means that you won’t have access to the 20 different characters that have been released for the game since its launch. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing if you’re a newcomer to the title, but it’s worth knowing nonetheless.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Game Pass

 

It hasn’t been a busy month for PC Game Pass, as there weren’t many titles added in February. However, Total War: Warhammer III did come to the service earlier this month, so it hasn’t been all bad for PC Game Pass subscribers. Plus, Dragon Ball FighterZ is a nice way to round the month out. It’s a competent fighting game, and it still has a passionate and interactive fan base.

It’s also worth noting that four games will be leaving PC Game Pass later this week. Hypnospace Outlaw, Killer Queen Black, Stealth Inc 2, and Touhou Luna Nights will be departing the service on February 28. Act quickly if you want to try any of those games out.

Sam Robins
Sam spends most of his time delving into JRPGs and horror games. When he isn't obsessing over the intricacies of Kingdom Hearts he's diving headfirst into the world of tech. Keeping an eye out for the next big purchase that's sure to upset his wallet.

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