A new video game has just been announced, this time associated with the beloved Dragon Ball franchise. Announced by the publisher Bandai Namco, the game will be called Dragon Ball: The Breakers, and it is set to release some time next year. While most Dragon Ball games have been associated with being action focused, The Breakers is said to be similar to games like Dead by Daylight.
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Dragon Ball: The Breakers is set to be an asymmetrical multiplayer game in which seven players can take the role of survivors while another player will be the Raider. The latter player will be tasked wit disposing the survivors while these same survivors will attempt to break out of the Temporal Seam that they have been trapped in.
The official description of the game from Bandai Namco describes it as ‘Caught in an unexpected temporal phenomenon, seven ordinary citizens find themselves stranded in a Temporal Seam: they share their imprisonment with the Raider, a menacing enemy from another timeline with an overwhelming power. Their only hope for survival is to break out from the Temporal Seam with the Super Time Machine, but the Raider is on their tracks and becomes stronger by the minute. In a race against time the cunning of Survivors clashes with the power of the Raider, to break free or be broken.’
Details are yet to be revealed on Dragon Ball
Details are yet to be revealed on Dragon Ball: The Breakers, however Bandai Namco claims that the game will soon be released to fans and that the beta phase will also go live soon enough. Set to arrive in 2022, the new Dragon Ball game will be available on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms.