Want Dragon Ball FighterZ On Nintendo Switch? Bug Bandai Namco

The new 2D fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ is coming soon
The new 2D fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ is coming soon Bandai Namco

Bandai Namco announced Dragon Ball FighterZ, a brand new 2D fighting game during E3 2017 and it has been met with positive reactions. However, the upcoming fighting game has only been announced for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC with no word on whether a Nintendo Switch version is happening.

French gaming site, Gameblog conducted an interview with Dragon Ball FighterZ producer, Tomoko Hiroki, and asked whether the Dragon Ball fighting game could make the jump to the Nintendo Switch was asked including whether the hybrid console was not powerful enough to handle a game like Dragon Ball FighterZ .

“I do not know who told you that, but there is really no question of power. We do not really encounter any difficulty with the Switch version of Xenoverse 2,” Hiroki said. “I will say that if we continue to receive requests from fans, we will manage to create a Switch version also. The latter may not come out at the same time as the others, but we might consider it.”

Of course, Bandai Namco has already announced the popular fighting game Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is coming to the Nintendo Switch later this year, months after the PS4 and Xbox One versions were released. It’s great to hear that the the limitations of the Switch aren’t as bad as many believe it to be, especially when it comes to third-party developers bringing games over. When games like Skyrim and FIFA 18 are coming to the Nintendo Switch, it seems like a no-brainer that a 2D fighting game like Dragon Ball FighterZ can make the jump if demand is there for it.

Nintendo Switch already supports plenty of fighting games like Ultra Street Fighter II, another 2D fighting game, as well as ARMS and the upcoming Pokken Tournament DX. So if you want to see Dragon Ball FighterZ on the Switch, be sure to let Bandai Namco know.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is releasing for PS4, Xbox One and Steam in early 2018.

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