A February 1 Japanese release was recently announced for Dragon Ball FighterZ, but the west will actually get it a few days earlier. Bandai Namco announced plans for the fighter’s release in North America and Europe, where it will land on PS4, Xbox One, and PC with a bunch of purchase options on January 26, 2018.
Those who pre-order digitally will get early access to the open beta, early unlocks for SSGSS Goku and SSGSS Vegeta, and a stamp pack featuring the small lady-centric portion of the roster. There’s also a FighterZ Edition for $94.99—which comes with the game and the FighterZ Pass that offers eight new characters—and a $109.99 Ultimate Edition that tosses in a Commentator Voice Pack and an Anime Music Pack with 11 songs from the anime.
Here’s the box art:
If you want to pick it up physically, you can get the previously-revealed Collector’s Edition for $139.99. It puts the game in a special box with art boards and a 7-inch “manga-colored” Goku statue.
A closer look at the new visual:
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