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Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission on Switch Gets a Release Date for Japan

If you love your card games and your Dragon Ball, and you are conveniently based in the land of the rising sun – you’re in luck. A new installment in the card-based Dragon Ball Heroes series, dubbed Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, is making its way to the Nintendo Switch in Japan. And they have already announced a launch date for it: April 4, 2019.

Aside from a release date, Bandai Namco has also detailed plans to give a few goodies to early purchasers of the physical releases. The bonuses include four SR-rank battle cards—Goku: Xeno, Vegeta: Xeno, Trunks: Future, and a mystery card—as well as a hero avatar card for the arcade version. There will also be DLC codes for Goku, Vegeta, and Jiren UR cards for those who pick up the physical or digital versions.

You can take a gander at the box art and a few screenies below:

Source: Crunchyroll.com


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