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Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero Releases This Year According to New Rating

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero, the upcoming fighter based on the works of the late Akira Toriyama and spiritual successor to the Budokai Tenkaichi series, will release this year, according to a new rating in Singapore. The game is currently being developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by Bandai Namco.

As reported by Exputer, Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero was recently rated in Singapore with a 2024 release window attached to it. This isn’t exactly a confirmation of the game’s release date but ratings are usually accurate in providing information that the publisher hasn’t revealed in an official capacity yet. It’s safe to say that Dragon Ball fans can look forward to the anticipated game arriving sometime in 2024, possibly later in the year.

The official description for Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero (stylised as Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zero) reads:

“Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zero takes the legendary gameplay of the Budokai Tenkaichi series and raises it to whole new levels. Dragon Ball: Sparking! Zerohas an incredible number of playable characters, each with signature abilities, transformations and techniques. Unleash the fighting spirit within you and take the fight to arenas that crumble and react to your power as the battle rages on.”

Back in March, a report claimed that the game will not launch with local co-op. This is sad news as most, if not all, Dragon Ball fighting games released have implemented some kind of local couch co-op for players to enjoy. Hopefully this means that it will be added into the game as a post-launch update. Then again, Bandai Namco hasn’t officially commented on this either so we’ll have to wait for more information to arrive.

In related news, Dragon Ball is set to receive a new series titled Dragon Ball Daima sometime this year, which follows the entire cast of characters being transformed into chibi-like children. Toriyama provided the art and story for the series.

Source: Exputer

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