Dragon Ball Fusions: update adding online, new characters (and more…) releasing on Feb. 13th in NA

Update: the Dragon Ball Fusions update is finally available in North America! Click here for more details.


A few days ago, we learned that Bandai-Namco would release a Day 1 patch for Dragon Ball Fusions in Europe, adding several new characters, and more. And today, Bandai-Namco finally shared some more details about the update for the North American version of the game, announced a few weeks ago.

Let’s start with the most important detail, the one players have been waiting for: the release date. The update will be available on February 13th, less than a week before the European version of Dragon Ball Fusions.

This update will add the following:

  • online battles
  • an online special moves trading function
  • new characters
  • new fusion possibilities
  • and more…

And here’s some more details about the contents of the update:

New Characters

  • Future Trunks 
  • Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black
  • Super Saiyan Trunks
  • SSGSS Vegito
  • Zamasu
  • Fused Zamasu

New Clothing (Purchaseable at Clothing Shop by paying Energies)

  • Future Trunks Clothes
  • Goku Black’s Clothes
  • Zamasu’s Clothes(only available after recruiting Fused Zamasu)
  • Fused Zamasu’s Clothes(only available after recruiting Zamasu)

New Titles

  • Unyielding Spirit
  • Savior
  • Conqueror of Gods

Special Moves (available via Special Move Machine)

  • Black Kamehameha 
  • Light Sword
  • Divine Wrath
  • Final Kamehameha

Here’s some screenshots for that update:

Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) will be released on February 17th in Europe. The update for the North American version will be released on February 13th. The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Source: Bandai-Namco



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