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Gaming • Jan 27, 2019

Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2 characters leak during World Tour Finals [VIDEO]

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Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 2 characters leak during World Tour Finals [VIDEO]

3v3 fighting game title Dragon Ball FighterZ saw an unexpected leak during its World Tour Finals on January 27, with the release of four new characters.

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Amidst the Final Summoning’s Losers’ Quarter-Final came a rumbling in the Twitch chat - the game’s Season Two trailer had already dropped ahead of time.

While the video was quickly removed following the accidental leak, fans had already reuploaded the content to various social media platforms, giving players a glimpse into the upcoming season.

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The trailer in question shows a slew of highly anticipated characters for the fighting game title, including the likes of Jiren, who was previously teased as part of the Season Two lineup thanks to a Tweet published by Bandai Namco EU on January 16.

Videl is also set to join the fight, alongside ‘Saiyaman’ Gohan in a fun-filled tag-team matchup that fans of the anime are sure to appreciate.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ will see the addition of Jiren, Videl, Gogeta, and DBS Broly.

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That wasn’t the end of the reveals, either; Dragon Ball Super Broly and Gogeta are also set to join the roster, following their appearance in the recent Dragon Ball Super: Broly film.

Two additional characters are set to join the fight at a later date, although their identities remain a mystery - for now.

The Dragon Ball World Tour Finals are currently throwing down at the Red Bull Final Summoning in Los Angeles, California, after a grueling last-chance-qualifier that saw four players fight their way to the Top 8 bracket on Sunday, January 27.

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Gogeta and DBS Broly make their appearance in the game following the showing of the Dragon Ball Super: Broly film in theaters.
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