Glitches are a fact of life in fighting games, throughout the years a glitches in a number of games have become part of the that game’s competitive meta-game and even been adapted into actual features. However, there are some glitches that don’t go down that route, being detrimental to the game. This latest glitch in Dragon Ball FighterZ seems to fall into the latter.
In a new video, RZampa demonstrates how Tien (a.k.a. Tenshinhan) can perform his level 3 super in such a way that his opponent becomes invisible afterwards. Now, the setup itself is pretty situational — Tien’s opponent must be performing a special move while Android 21’s assist is active when the level 3 connects. Performed correctly, the opposing character will now be rendered invisible.
While the set up for the glitch is quite specific, it’s still possible to trigger it mid-match. In fact, RZampa has shared a replay video where it did happen.
It’s likely that Arc System Works will be patching this out in a future update. In the meantime, players should be careful with that level 3 when playing Tien, in a match where Android 21 is involved.