Dragon Ball FighterZ is easily one of the best-supported fighting games available. Since it was released in 2018, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have released two seasons worth of fighters and rolled out new updates on a regular basis.
If you thought that was it, though, think again. At the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals this weekend, Bandai Namco revealed it would be adding a new "Z Assist Select" feature to the game. As explained by the game's producer Tomoko Hiroki, players will be able to select a fighter's assist attack, and each one has three different attacks to choose from.
The team is also planning to make some adjustments to prevent one-sided matches caused by powerful attacks and combinations. In addition to this, it will be implementing a specific feature to give users a better chance when they're reduced to a single fighter in battle.
More news about the DLC character Ultra Instinct Goku is expected to follow. What do you think about the new feature and adjustments? Share your thoughts below.