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Dragon Ball FighterZ's new characters revealed soon, Switch release possible

Speaking today at the EVO Championships, Tomoko Hiroki, who is responsible for producing the upcoming ArcSys game Dragon Ball FighterZ announced that, next week, two more characters would be revealed for the hyped anime fighter.The new characters will be showcased in Japanese publication V Jump, which specialises in manga and manga-related video games. The issue will hit newsstands July 21.
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