Dragon Ball FighterZ - Kid Goku (GT) "Dragon Fist Explosion" screens

This move takes 4 months to build up

Kid Goku (GT) is making his way to Dragon Ball FighterZ sometime in May 2019. The character will be paid DLC, and he's bringing his Meteor Attack, “Dragon Fist Explosion,” with him. Check out more screens of this devastating attach here.

Jump magazine shares a few more details on Dragon Ball FighterZ's Kid Goku

Learning more on the Meteor Attack

Kid Goku was revealed for Dragon Ball FighterZ a few weeks back. Since then, we've learned quite a bit about what the character has to offer. Still, this week's issue of Jump Magazine goes into a bit more detail on the moves and tactics Kid Goku brings with him.

- the Meteor Attack is the most powerful Meteor Attack
- it comes with a special scene that you can watch when the right requirements are met
- you can perform the SSJ4 transformation when a single ally from your team falls
- the Meteor Attack, “Dragon Fist,” involves hitting your opponent with a giant golden dragon
- the move is used after launching opponents in the air to follow with a reverse Kamehameha and a powerful dash attack

Dragon Ball FighterZ getting Kid Goku, plus three Commentator Voice Packs in May 2019

No kiddin'

The latest issue of V-Jump has confirmed that Kid Goku is coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ sometime in May 2019. Kid Goku has a hidden Meteor super special move called “Dragon Fist Explosion.” If this is used after a teammate has been killed, Goku will transform into Super Saiyan 4 and a golden dragon will pierce through his opponent.

Along with Kid Goku, three additional “Commentator Voice Pack” add-ons are coming. The lineup includes “Android 17 / Trunks / Zamasu” for 200 yen, “Beerus / Wis” for 150 yen, and “Android 21” for 150 yen.

Dragon Ball FighterZ getting updated to Version 1.16 in early May 2019

Fight the good fight

Bandai Namco has announced another update for Dragon Ball FighterZ. This update will bring the game up to Version 1.16, and it fixes damage scaling issues and the Z Assist issue for Ginyu. This patch will make its way to Switch sometime in early May 2019. We'll bring you the full patch notes when the update is made available.

Bandai Namco comments on issues with Dragon Ball FighterZ after Version 1.15's release, working on fixes now

An update for the update is needed

Earlier this week, Bandai Namco put out Version 1.15 for Dragon Ball FighterZ, which was an absolutely massive update. Not surprisingly, some of that update has caused issues. Bandai Namco shared the following message on their Facebook page to let fans know they're aware.

After the balance adjustments applied on March 27th, we have discovered that some systems/moves are not operating as intended:

- Damage Scaling is not applied to certain moves
- Damage Scaling is not applied when the Vanish Move is activated at certain timings
- When the player’s Main Character is attacked, Ginyu’s Z Assist does not end

We are currently working to have the above fixed, so please bear with us for just a little longer.

You will be notified once we have a date on when the fixes will be made.

Thank you very much for your patience.

Dragon Ball FighterZ's Japanese tutorial video series continues

Fight for your right to fight

There have been a bunch of Switch-specific tutorial videos for Dragon Ball FighterZ so far, but only in Japan. When is Bandai Namco going to translate some of these?! We want to know the best tips and tricks for fighting too!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 hits 5 million sold, Dragon Ball FighterZ racks up 4 million sold

There's only so many 'over 9,000' jokes a person can make!

Bandai Namco has two reasons to be very happy about their Dragon Ball game collaborations. The company has revealed that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has moved over 5 million copies, while Dragon Ball FighterZ has sold over 4 million. This is the total for the game across all platforms.

Dragon Ball FighterZ receives one of its biggest patches to date

Getting into fighting shape

We know that you've been waiting for this one! Patch 1.15 offers some big system changes in addition to an array of character balancing sure to fire up your spirits to get right onto the battlefield again.

You can find the full disclosure of the Dragon Ball FighterZ patch notes below,

◆System Mechanics

・Standing Light Attack: Follow-up 2

→Can now be linked to a Z Change.
→Will always knock the opponent forward on hit.

・Jumping Light Attack

→Fixed an issue in which a Super Combo would not occur if the attack connected at a low position in the air.

・Jumping Heavy Attack

→Descent is faster during a camera shift.
→Shortened the amount of sliding knockdown when the attack hits.
→Can only transition to a Z Change when performed in a grounded Z Combo.

・Mid-air Dragon Rush

→Characters descend faster when the attack lands in a combo.


→Adjusted hurtboxes during crouching and movement (actions other than attacks).

Full patch notes here

Dragon Ball FighterZ getting Ver.1.15 soon

Fight for your right to update

Bandai Namco has confirmed an update for Dragon Ball FighterZ, which will bring the game up to Version 1.15. The update hits Japan on March 27th, 2019, and provides character skill and system adjustments. The English notes aren't available yet, but you can check out the Japanese info here. While we wait for the translation, why not enjoy some more screens of Dragon Ball GT Goku below?

DRAGON BALL FighterZ Adds Goku From DRAGON BALL GT to its Impressive Roster of Characters

By popular demand?

DRAGON BALL FighterZ players will soon be able to compete as Goku from the Dragon Ball GT series against the ever-growing roster of characters spanning the Dragon Ball universe.

After an errant wish by Emperor Pilaf, Goku has been transformed into a child during the Dragon Ball GT series. This younger Goku packs a big punch with special attacks like the Super Kamehameha attack, transforming him into Super Saiyan 3. Goku is also able to use his Super Spirit Bomb, Power Pole, and Reverse Kamehameha to flatten the competition.

Goku (GT) is a paid DLC fighter, part of the FighterZ Pass 2 which is currently available for purchase for $24.99. The FighterZ Pass 2 includes six characters including the already released Jiren and Videl, as well as the previously announced upcoming characters; Broly (DBS) and Gogeta (SSGSS). DRAGON BALL FighterZ is available now on the PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, PC via STEAM®, and Nintendo Switch™.


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