In the past few minutes Bandai Namco ha announced surprisingly a new title set in the universe created by Akira Toriyama, Entitled Dragon Ball: The Breakers. Contrary to what one would expect from a Dragon Ball video game, in this new chapter you will not have to "lead your hands", since the structure of The Breakers will be more similar to that of Dead by Daylight.
The gameplay in fact will put 7 weak Survivors on the run against a Raider (in the trailer he is played by Cell, but he may also be other villains in the DB universe) who will instead have the task of hunting down the survivors before they manage to escape with the time machine. Dragon Ball: The Breakers will be released on an unspecified date of 2022 su Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X e PC, having a Closed beta expected on Personal Computer in the coming months.
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