Dragon Ball FighterZ uses the three-on-three fighting system that fans of the series have come to expect. The game is set up much like other fighters with an over-the-shoulder view and a control scheme that’s easy to learn but difficult to master. But there are some things that make Dragon Ball FighterZ stand out from other 2D fighters.
One of the biggest differences between Dragon Ball FighterZ and other games in its genre is its emphasis on team play. You can choose three characters and switch between them at will during battle, which gives you access to different abilities in different situations. This gives players plenty of room for creativity when it comes to building their own team compositions, but also creates some interesting mechanical challenges when it comes time to teach players how to play properly.
For example, one of the most important things for any player is knowing how each character plays differently from one another — which attacks work best against certain enemies and how each character reacts under pressure from different situations. This can be especially challenging if you’re playing with a friend who may not know as much about fighting games as you do or if they don’t have as much experience playing Dragon Ball FighterZ yet.
Last modified: October 19, 2022