Here’s How Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle’s Super Saiyan God Goku Was Made

Here’s How Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle’s Super Saiyan God Goku Was Made

To celebrate Saiyan Day (March 18th), Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle is getting characters like UR [Fighter Entrusted with Allies’ Wishes] Super Saiyan God Goku and UR [Greatest Instant Combat Power Born of Love] Super Saiyan Vegeta. There are also a number of special events. However, Bandai Namco also used the series’ official website to show how the Dragon Ball Z Battle Of Gods movie character was brought to life in-game.

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A number of images appeared comparing the game version of the character to his Dragon Ball Z: Battle Of Gods counterpart. Snippets from the film were chosen to show his transformation while surrounded by allies. However, an additional image of him with his eyes closed was included. The Dragon Smash Super Attack game and movie friends match during battle. The developers also adjusted the movie’s Saiyan Who Absorbed the Power of God animations from the movie so a version of it could be recreated in-game as an Active Super Attack.

Here are all the side-by-side images shared by the developer showing how scenes from the movie were directly recreated or adjusted for the game.

And here are the official images showing the character’s stats in-game.

There’s also a Saiyan Day 2023 PV for the game.

Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle is available on mobile devices, and Super Saiyan God Goku is available March 18, 2023 through April 3, 2023.

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