Dragon Ball Fusions: trailer for avatar customisation, “new” online events (Japan)

Yesterday, Bandai-Namco uploaded the first episode of a three-part video series for Dragon Ball Fusions, ahead of the European launch on February 17th. In the first video, the focus is on avatar customisation!

Here it is:

In Japan, Bandai-Namco has announced a re-run of the online events that were held last year. They allow players to get various rewards, such as new characters, special moves, weapons, and more.

Here’s the details for those returning online events:

Challenge #1 (January 18th to January 24th)

  • Challenge: battle against Goku Black (deal as much damage as possible)
  • Participation reward: Super Saiyan Trunks (Super)
  • Rank reward: Light Sword (a new special move for Super Saiyan Trunks (Super))
  • Clear reward: new title (Mother’s Spirit)

Challenge #2 (January 25th to January 31st)

  • Challenge: battle against Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta (defeat him as many times as possible)
  • Participation reward: Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta
  • Rank reward: Final Kamehameha (a new special move for Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta)
  • Clear reward: new title (Savior)

Challenge 3 (February 1st to February 7th)

  • Challenge: battle against Fusion Zamasu (defeat him as fast as possible)
  • Participation reward: Fusion Zamasu
  • Rank reward: Holy Wrath (unlock a new special move for Fusion Zamasu)
  • Clear reward: new title (The One Who Felled God)

Also, don’t forget that if you do an EX Fusion with Zamasu and Son Goku, you can get Gomasu.

Here’s some pictures for those events:

Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) comes out on February 17th in Japan. An update adding online, new characters, and more, will be released soon in North America.

Source: Famitsu


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