Switch users wanted a port of the hit 2.5D anime tag fighter, Dragon Ball FighterZ. And Bandai Namco granted their wishes with a Switch port announcement during last year’s E3. This year, the publisher went one step further and brought a playable demo to E3, which should be enough for now to show people how the port looks and feels. The port looks faithful, with the biggest difference being options for single Joy-Con play alongside Pro Controller support.
You can check out the trailer below to see what Bandai Namco has in store for Switch players:
There’s no definite release date yet, but it is said that the Nintendo Switch version will be released later this year. That’s plenty of time for Switch users to catch up to PC, Xbox One, and Playstation 4 players. The game is still very much active on all platforms, and Bandai Namco is still not done releasing DLC for the game.