Get ready to represent your Z-Union in the FighterZ Cup!
Following the recent announcement of the new Party Battle Mode that was added to Dragon Ball FighterZ in the game’s latest update, it is now time for producer Tomoko Hiroki to unveil the other new mode for the game: the FighterZ Cup.
Like Party Battles, this will also be a limited-time online-only event, in which each character’s respective Z-Unions will all wage war with one another, in a similar manner to Mortal Kombat X‘s Faction Battles. Each FighterZ Cup will only be held for one week, during which Union members will face off in League Matches, ranked Z1, Z2, and Z3, with the goal of obtaining League Points for their respective Union based off of their performance. There will also be “Performance Prizes” that players can earn by fulfilling certain conditions, providing their Z-Union with bonus League Points, so even smaller Unions have a shot at great rewards.
On the seventh day, results will be announced, with rewards doled out to both Z-Unions and individual FighterZ. The inaugural FighterZ Cup kicked off yesterday — Tuesday, May 22nd — and will last until the 28th. However, since this is the very first event, each Union will have to win a series of placement matches in order to earn a League rank. You can see the full video below.