Dragon Ball FighterZ – Game

About Dragon Ball FighterZ – Game

Dragon Ball FighterZ System Requirements


  • CPU: AMD FX-4350, 4.2 GHz / Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20 GHz
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • VIDEO CARD: Radeon HD 6870, 1 GB / GeForce GTX 650 Ti, 1 GB
  • SOUND CARD: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

Dragon Ball FighterZ System Requirements


  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1400, 3.2 GHz / Intel Core i7-3770, 3.40 GHz
  • CPU SPEED: Info
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
  • VIDEO CARD: Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB / GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB
  • SOUND CARD: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

Dragon Ball FighterZ Game Details

Dragon Ball FighterZ (pronounced “fighters”) is a 2.5D fighting game, developed by Arc System Works and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. Based on the Dragon Ball franchise, it was released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows in most regions in January 2018, and in Japan the following month, and was released worldwide for the Nintendo Switch in September 2018. Versions for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S are also in the works along with an update adding rollback netcode for these versions and Microsoft Windows.

Dragon Ball FighterZ involves the player picking a team of 3 playable characters and a unique assist for each, then fighting an AI or human opponent with their own team of 3 characters. The game received positive reviews from critics, with many citing the game as one of the best fighting games released in the eighth generation of video game consoles. The game’s fighting system, character roster, visuals, story mode, and music were all highly praised while its online functionality was criticized. The game was also a commercial success, having sold over 8 million copies worldwide as of 2021.


The gameplay is inspired by concepts from several other fighting games. Namely, the control scheme and team mechanics are lifted from the Marvel vs. Capcom series and the overall presentation is reminiscent of other Arc System Works games. Players each select three characters to form a team, from an initial roster of characters from the Dragon Ball franchise. One character is controlled and can be switched with one of the other characters at any time. Players can also call one of their other characters to perform an “Assist” move, allowing simultaneous attacks and combos with the entire team. All three characters on the same team must be defeated for a player to win the game. If neither team has been defeated before the time runs out, the team that has sustained the least damage overall wins.

In addition to the unique moves of each character, players have several universal moves available. With the “Vanish Attack”, the player can expend Ki to instantly teleport behind an opponent’s character and strike them in the back. This has multiple uses, from bypassing enemy projectiles to moving quickly around the stage, or extending a combo. The “Dragon Rush” move can break through an opponent’s guard and if successful, offers a choice between an aerial combo or forcing the opponent to switch to a different character. The “Super Dash” flying attack will home in on the opponent’s lead character and is able to pass through weaker projectiles. Lastly, players can “Ki Charge” to manually increase their Ki gauge, similar to previous Dragon Ball fighting games.

The game includes several other features, such as “Shenron System”, that allows players to gather the Dragon Balls one by one as the fight progresses. A random Dragon Ball will be given to a player that successfully performs a light autocombo. Specific Dragon Balls can be obtained by successfully performing a multi hit combo, with the amount of hits determining which ball is given. Once all seven are assembled and a player performs a light autocombo with maximum Ki, Shenron appears to grant a wish and allows players to choose one among the following benefits: give the fighter a second Sparkling Blast, revive a fallen ally, recover a fighter’s health or regenerate health for the rest of the match. Another feature is the “Dramatic Moments”, special cutscenes that appear at the start and the end of a fight depending on the characters involved and stage, related to events from the Dragon Ball series, which can be applied after using Standing Hard normal attack or Vanish (as of Season 2) as the finisher/combo ender.

Season 3 allows players to choose three different Assist types before the match. Also in the said season, Sparkling Blast properties and its time limit enhanced even further if one of the player’s team members are down.

Dragon Ball FighterZ features a ranking system in both its arcade mode as well as in online multiplayer, where players increase their rank with subsequent wins.


The game takes place sometime between “Universe 6” and “Future Trunks” arcs of Dragon Ball Super. The game’s main antagonist, Android 21 (or later, her evil-half), was a normal female human who eventually became an Android created by the Red Ribbon Army after her son became the model for Android 16. Once she awakens, she repairs 16 and uses the Dragon Balls to resurrect Frieza, Cell, Nappa, and the Ginyu Force, and seals away the powers and souls of all of Earth’s strongest warriors. Wanting to control the hungry monster within her, she and 16 develop a linking system originally created by Dr. Gero in which a human soul (the player) can possess the warriors and provide them strength.

Super Warrior Arc

The player possesses Goku and awakens next to Bulma, who asks him to confront the Earth’s current crisis. Clones of the other fighters and villains have been appearing and the other Z Warriors are nowhere to be seen. After confronting the resurrected 16, Beerus and Whis arrive to explain the soul’s link to Goku, but assert to both Goku and Bulma that they are not getting involved since they are deities. Goku and Bulma leave to try and find 16 and the other Z warriors. Goku rescues Krillin, and they battle Cell who appears to have knocked out 18 and endangered an unknown woman. The woman claims to be a Red Ribbon scientist and informs them that they need to find the base emitting the power-suppressing waves to restore their abilities.

The reunited Z Fighters eventually confront 16, where he explains that the Red Ribbon Army’s current leader, Android 21, is behind everything. The scientist Goku and Krillin saved from Cell earlier arrives and reveals herself to be Android 21. She destroys 16 for his betrayal and knocks out Goku when he tries to follow her. The player then possesses Cell’s body and battles 21 before returning to Goku’s body again. 21 devours the resurrected villains and decides to wait for Goku and his friends to grow stronger. Goku brings her and the other Z Fighters to the Sacred World of the Kai to protect Earth from the fight. With their combined power, Goku and the Z Fighters obliterate 21. Whis expresses his disappointment over the unanswered questions about Android 21.

Enemy Warrior Arc

16 implants the player’s soul within the recently revived Frieza, much to the tyrant’s ire. Frieza recruits the resurrected Nappa, Ginyu Force, and Cell to battle the clones and eventually confront the true culprit: Android 21. 21 forces the villains to battle and defeat Android 18. Goku and Krillin arrive while she pretends to be an innocent bystander to pit the heroes and villains against each other. The player prevents Frieza from killing Goku and the villains explain the situation to the heroes. Goku suggests that the two sides join forces to stop 21, and the villains reluctantly agree.

The villains aid Goku in rescuing the Z Fighters to fight 21, who destroys 16 after discovering his betrayal. Frieza suggests to the group that they strengthen their link with the player to gain back more of their power and defeat more clones as they’re the source of 21’s strength. After killing the final clone, they defeat Android 21 and use Bulma’s machine to help Goku, Frieza, and Cell obliterate her for good. Following her destruction, everyone’s powers are restored and Frieza expels the player from his body as the heroes and villains start fighting each other anew.

Android 21 Arc

Android 16 kidnaps Android 18 and implants the player’s soul within her. He requests 21 and the player’s help in combating the clones created by the Red Ribbon Army. 21 becomes increasingly unstable after each battle, but 16 refuses to explain her condition to 17 and 18. When Krillin finds the androids, 21 forces 18 to fight Krillin and nearly kills him, but the player links with 21 and discovers two beings within her body. 16 takes 18 to a lab and explains that the cells that created Android 21 may be going berserk and that he used the link system to stop her from going mad.

The androids are eventually confronted by Cell, who has regained most of his original power. 21 transforms into her temporarily purified Majin form to protect the androids but succumbs to her corrupted half’s hunger again. She unintentionally kills 16 while she is struggling with her inner demon, causing her good and evil personas to split into two separate beings. Evil 21 devours Cell and the control to the power suppressor, drastically increasing her strength. Goku and Krillin rescue the androids and recruit them to combat Evil 21. The Z-Fighters battle Evil 21 for the last time on the Sacred World of the Kai. Once the fighters discover Evil 21’s extraordinary regenerative capabilities, Goku attacks her with a Spirit Bomb. When Evil 21 starts resisting the attack, Good 21 pushes her into it, killing them both. Goku plans to request 21’s reincarnation from King Yemma and to help the player return their original body.


The game’s producer, Tomoko Hiroki, stated the game was designed as a three-on-three fighting game because ” it would feel a bit odd to see Goku being defeated by Krillin”, in reference to the large difference of power between certain characters, which is common in Dragon Ball, and added it would make it easier to implement aspects of the Dragon Ball license into the game with the three-on-three system. When she discovered that western news outlets and fans had persistently compared FighterZ to the Marvel Vs. Capcom series, she stated there was no intention to emulate the Marvel vs. Capcom series with the gameplay system.

On June 9, 2017, a Japanese press release dated for June 12 prematurely revealed information about the game and two screenshots before its official announcement. The press release was eventually removed from Bandai Namco’s website.

On June 11, 2017, the game was revealed at Microsoft’s E3 press conference. A closed beta for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions were also confirmed. Bandai Namco said there is a possibility the game could come to the Nintendo Switch if enough fans request it. Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama designed a new female character named Android 21 (人造人間21号Jinzōningen Nijūichi-Gō) for the game. The game uses Unreal Engine 4.

On June 12, 2018, during Nintendo’s E3 2018 installment of Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced that a version of Dragon Ball FighterZ would be released on Nintendo Switch later in 2018, with a playable demo of the Switch version of the game being available for attendees on the show floor, where it was revealed that the game supported a simplified control scheme to accommodate single Joy-Con controller play in single-player and multiplayer modes.

On August 7, 2022, during EVO 2022, Hiroki announced versions of FighterZ for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, with the addition of rollback netcode. Players who own versions on the PS4 and Xbox One are able to upgrade for free, and the PC version will receive a free update with rollback netcode


Players who preordered Dragon Ball FighterZ on console received early access to the game’s open beta test period, as well as early unlocks for the SSGSS Goku and SSGSS Vegeta characters and an additional in-game stamp pack. Two digital bundles were released alongside the game: The “FighterZ Edition” includes the game and the FighterZ Pass, which includes eight additional downloadable characters. The “Ultimate Edition” includes all content from the FighterZ Edition, as well as a Commentator Voice Pack and additional music from the anime series which can be played during battle. A physical collector’s edition for the game was also released, which includes a steel book case, three artboards, and a 7″ statue of Goku. A Nintendo Switch version was released in September 2018.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Download Files 

  • fg-01.bin (1.2 GB)
  • fg-02.bin (1.2 GB)
  • fg-03.bin (236.1 MB)
  • fg-04.bin (90.6 MB)
  • fg-optional-japanese-intro.bin (138.2 MB)


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  1. Aounhaider

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