Dragon Ball FighterZ will have Key Binding support on release, Bandai Namco confirmed today.
We asked people from Fatshark (Warhammer Vermintide 1 and 2) and Rebellion (Zombie Army Trilogy, Sniper Elite, Strange Brigade) why there weren't more 4-player co-op games like Valve's Left 4 Dead.
Adding more levels and a measly weapon to the rat killing game.
Based on classic 'The Enemy Within' Warhammer campaign from 1987, the new DLC expansion will contain two new levels and a new weapon for Sienna Fuegonassus. And Fatshark has confirmed to us that it will NOT be the last DLC for the game!
Hold your horses, everything's alright.
It feels like forever since Dragon Ball FighterZ was officially unveiled at this year's E3. With a January 28 release, we're certainly getting close, and a new story trailer gives us a look at the game's single-player segment.
It's no secret that Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is indeed coming, but even with another DLC pack on the way for the first game, Fatshark are kicking up the sequel's developer blog to talk all about what's coming up in the sequel. And we're not just fighting ratmen this time around.
As Japan typically does, they've revealed new information about the growing roster of Dragonball FighterZ in a magazine - V-Jump to be exact. The latest issue was used to announce that both Captain Ginyu and Nappa will be playable characters. The game also had its Japanese release date confirmed as February 1.
Developer Fatshark took to Twitch to reveal the sequel to Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide, their Left 4 Dead-style co-op game in the Warhammer universe. The forces of Chaos, Mod Support via Steam Workshop, and Dedicated Servers are promised.
The new updated version of SF5 will be out 2018 with all DLC characters and new Arcade Mode, and an Extra Battle Mode that sounds a lot like Injustice 2's Multiverse.