Dragon Ball FighterZ's open beta is ready to download

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With Dragon Ball FighterZ just two weeks away, it's easy to forget that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is still around and doing quite well - particularly on the Nintendo Switch.

Ahead of the release of "Dragon Ball FighterZ" this month, developer Bandai Namco shared a new trailer revealing a new fighter. Pretty much everyone in the fighting game community is excited for it, as are millions of other DBZ fans who will potentially be incorporated into that community. Those who have yet to reserve a copy of the game thankfully only have to wait a day until they can join the brawl, with the beta opening up on Sunday, January 14, 2018 for all players.

Chances are that if you're a fan of Dragon Ball Z, you're probably itching to play the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ when it comes out later this month on January 26.

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"Chapter 122 of the successful "#Dragon Ball Super" series was already premiered last Saturday (Jan. 6), and after that, there have arisen many hypotheses about how the next and final chapters will be regarding the plot of the Tournament of Power.

Bandai Namco also announced the roster of playable characters for its open beta. Their match will take place on January 25 at the eSports Arena in Santa Ana, California.

"Beerus "The God of Destruction of Universe 7" is one of the most feared characters within the Dragon Ball universe".

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