There’s no better way to celebrate the new era of Dragon Ball fighting
Bandai Namco recently announced a brand new “CollectorZ” edition of Dragon Ball FighterZ that contains quite a few goodies for the devoted DBZ fan.
First and foremost, owners of the collector’s edition will, of course, get a copy of Dragon Ball FighterZ on their format of choice, alongside a jazzy Steelbook. If it’s anything like the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 collector’s edition, you won’t have to choose between the Steelbook or the original packaging as both were included in the package.
The centerpiece of the collector’s edition is the 7″ statue of the main man himself, Goku, in an exclusive “Manga Dimension” coloring. This highly detailed statue pays homage to the iconic moment of Dragon Ball history whenever Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan for the first time.
There are also three art cards set to be included in the CollectorZ edition but so far the only characters known to on them are the mechanical siblings, Android 17 and Android 18.
All items will be housed in a CollectorZ box that’s bound to be a work of art in itself.
It is important to note that none of the artwork has been finalized, so be aware that designs may change!
Pre-orders have begun on both the Bandai Namco store and Amazon, so be sure to act fast before they sell out!
Don’t forget to try your luck with the beta!
Those looking to get their hands on an early look of Dragon Ball FighterZ can sign up for closed beta access on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The methods to enter the beta differ depending on your console.
PlayStation 4 owners can sign up for a chance to participate in closed beta through Bandai Namco’s beta application website. The chart below features the times the beta will be available on PlayStation 4.
|USA (California) PST||EUROPE (France) CST||JAPAN JST|
|1st Session||2:00am-5:00am (Saturday)||11:00-14:00 (Saturday)||18:00-21:00 (Saturday)|
|2nd Session||10:00am-1:00pm (Saturday)||19:00-22:00 (Saturday)||2:00-5:00 (Sunday)|
|3rd Session||6:00pm-9:00pm (Saturday)||3:00-6:00 (Sunday)||10:00-13:00 (Sunday)|
|4th Session||1:00pm-4:00pm (Sunday)||22:00-1:00 (Sunday/Monday)||5:00-8:00 (Monday)|
Xbox players will have to sign up for the beta through the Xbox Insider program. Those not in the program can find more information at their hub support page here. There is currently no specific listing of times for the Xbox One beta on Bandai Namco’s beta website, but both tests will take place between September 16-17.
Keep an eye on your email to find out if you will be participating!
Source: Bandai Namco