Dragon Ball FighterZ To Offer Best Of Both Worlds To Title Fans And Fighting Game Fans
When Dragon Ball FighterZ was announced, almost all fans of the anime series got seriously excited. After all, they want to see a different kind of fighting game with such inspiration. Interestingly, the producer of the title revealed that the upcoming title will offer the best of both worlds to either the fans of the title or the fighting genre.
According to PlayStationLifeStyle, Dragon Ball FighterZ will be developed in a way that both casual fans and newcomers will enjoy. This was the promise the producer of the game named Tomoko Hiroki unveiled. She basically hopes for the series to reach a wider market, one that involves all kinds of fans and/or gamers alike.
Hiroki said that one of the goals of the developers is to reach out to the casual fans. That, in one way or another, this game has a genuine trait on it, unlike any other fighting titles. And by doing so, they hope to change these fans into actual fighting game users, as reported by Game Informer. This is definitely a huge leap of faith, but should reap impressive results if done correctly.
The producer of Dragon Ball FighterZ also revealed that this was the sole reason they decided to develop the game. In order to do so, they try to change the game's core fighting system apt to what most casual fans would like to see. The only catch, however, is that they also need to consider the hardcore gamers of the franchise.
In related Dragon Ball FighterZ news, PressStart reports that there is a possibility of the game coming to Nintendo Switch. Hiroki explained that the reason why they have not made any confirmation yet is due to the technical aspect of the integration. Also, she iterated that as long as the community voice out their desire for the game to arrive on the console, there is no reason not to believe it will not happen.
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