If you’re deep in the weeds of Dragon Ball FighterZ, you’ll no doubt be going through the laborious process of learning each character’s frame data. Since DBFZ has no in-game frame data chart, players are doing the next best thing and creating their own. There is also no way of checking move hitboxes either, forcing players to guess at the ranges of certain normals and specials.
Luckily, creator of the Guilty Gear Xrd hitbox viewer Altimor has put together a similar tool for the PC version of Dragon Ball FighterZ, allowing players to study the hit and hurtboxes of each character. This beta viewer is completely functional, containing hitbox data for all moves, including projectiles and unique attacks like Nappa’s Saibamen. There is still work to be done on the tool, so expect updates within the next few weeks.
For details on how to download and run Altimor’s hitbox viewer, head on over to the Dragon Ball FighterZ subreddit.