Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki has released a video message on behalf of the development team thanking fans for requesting a Switch version of the game.

Arriving later this month on the 28th, Hiroki said it was these ongoing requests that allowed the team to make this version of the game happen. She also mentioned downloadable content for the game is coming soon. 

This video follows a recent chat with Switch Player, revealing the development of the Switch iteration began as soon as Nintendo announced its new hybrid system. It was also mentioned how this version was temporarily halted in order to complete the other releases.

In the same interview, the team behind the game said the fans positive reaction to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 on Switch also played a part, as did the team's motivation to give fans what they wanted. 

Are you excited about FighterZ arriving on the Switch? Were you one of the fans of the series asking for the game to be released on Nintendo's latest system? Tell us below.