Blockstrings are very important to Dragon Ball FighterZ, probably more than in any other modern fighting game. Most of the time spent in a DBFZ match is time spent blocking, and opening up top players requires the best strings possible — luckily, YouTube user sikshot gaming has made those strings (as well as their answers) a little more accessible. Below is his pressure guide for the newly-released Android 17, explaining how to work his pressure on block, as well as what to do against his tools:
Now, it should definitely be noted that most of DBFZ’s defense (and defense opening) comes with reactions, reflexes, and experience, but about 30 minutes of guidance along the way will surely help out — especially considering the complexities of a character like 17.
Source: sikshot gaming