The popular card video game title “Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission X” has been announced for Nintendo 3DS and fans are already hyped about it. Bandai Namco Entertainment has just confirmed this exciting news along with the revelation of more details about the game. It has also been divulged that it will be released within this year.
Bandai Namco Entertainment has just unveiled that it will be releasing its latest installment to the “Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission” video game series. The new game, which has been officially titled “Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X” has been finally established to set out on the Nintendo 3DS in the next few months. The announcement was recently publicized on a local Japanese magazine that also stated a lot of new features in the up and coming video game.
“Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X” will be featuring thousands of cards from the “Dragon Ball Heroes” series as well as numerous missions. The said missions will be derived from the “Dragon Ball Heroes” games, including those from the Galaxy, Evil Dragon, and God modes. Although it has yet to be confirmed, it is said that there is a possibility that the data from “Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2” can be transferred to the new game.
Aside from more than 3,000 cards and 36 missions introduced in "Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X", over 200 Super Warriors will be placed in the game, which will initially include a set of five distinctive cards namely Special Hero Avatar card, Son Goku: Xeno card, Vegeta: Xeno card, Dark Majin Towa card, and the Vegito (Super Saiyan Blue) card. Along with the said attributes, the game will pave way to a new story mode wherein players get to save the “Dragon Ball Heroes” worlds and go against other characters in order obtain allies.
"Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X" is set to release this April 27 and it will be out first in Japan. Bandai Namco Entertainment has yet to announce the debut of the said game in North America and other regions outside Japan. Just like the previous titles in the Heroes series, this latest installment will solely be available on the Nintendo 3DS.