Dragon Ball FighterZ’s Anime Music & Commentator Voice Packs receive release windows from Bandai Namco

By on December 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm
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Earlier this year, we reported that the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ would be getting released in a variety of different editions, including a $110, Digital-exclusive, Ultimate Edition. This package will include the game, FighterZ pass, and previously-announced pre-order bonuses (such as a day of early access to next month’s open beta and early unlocks for Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Goku and Vegeta), in addition to an exclusive Anime Music Pack, featuring 11 iconic tunes from throughout the history of the series, as well as a Commentator Voice Pack.

Unfortunately, this special DLC has seemed to hit a bit of a snag, and will be delayed until later into 2018. However, Bandai Namco US has provided us with updated release windows, and has also promised to include four additional stamps and one additional Lobby Avatar with this package “as a token of [their] appreciation.”

The Anime Music Pack will be made available by Thursday, March 1st, while the Commentator Voice Pack should be available by Sunday, April 15th. No details were given as to when these Packs will be sold individually to other players, but we can hope that they won’t be to far behind these new UE dates. You can view the tweets below.

Dragon Ball FighterZ will be released outside of Japan on January 26th, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam PC. A release in the Land of the Rising Sun will follow on February 1st on those same platforms. In the meantime, you can check out the game’s opening cinematic here!

Source: BandaiNamcoUS (Twitter) via IPLAYWINNER

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