Dragon Ball FighterZ Krillin
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As you may have heard by now, there's a new patch out for Dragon Ball FighterZ. It's the first one the popular fighting game has received since the start of the year.

In the words of the game's community, there are some "absolutely massive" changes - including new mechanics and fighter adjustments. It seems to have also added in some other interesting and perhaps less expected things...

A video that's gone viral on social media, shows Goku's pal Krillin reviving himself with a Senzu Bean after being KO'd. While it would make sense in the anime or other kinds of Dragon Ball games, it's certainly raised some eyebrows in this context.

The patch notes mention how the Senzu Bean "will now restore health even when there is no restorable health available" (restorable health is allocated to a blue bar).

Prior to this update, the Senzu Bean could only restore part of Krillin's blue health bar or the opposition's bar, if they made contact with the bean. Now, though, players are questioning what's going on - with many still of the belief Krillin's ability to bring himself back to life will eventually be patched out.

As Dot Esports notes, it's unlikely players will be able to "consistently" perform this move and get knocked into the bean right before a KO - so it shouldn't be too much of a concern.

Have you tried out this move in the new DBFZ update yet? Spotted anything else? Tell us down below.

[source dotesports.com]