Dragon Ball FighterZ Roster: Majin Android 21 Is Final Character

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Android 21 looks to be the villain of Dragon Ball FighterZ
Android 21 looks to be the villain of Dragon Ball FighterZ BANDAI NAMCO

The inclusion of the new character Android 21 is one of the more interesting aspects of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The villain of the story is said to be on par with Dr. Gero and will recruit Android 16 to her side to take over the world (presumably). Though fans weren’t sure she would be a playable character, the latest issue of V-Jump confirms that she will appear in a different form than we’ve seen so far.

According to V-Jump -- via ShonenGamez -- Android 21 will be the final playable character in Dragon Ball FighterZ , in her Majin or Demon form. Check out the page scans below.

It’s not yet clear how Android 21 becomes a Majin/Demon, but the scan shows her standing in front of Majin Buu. With the abilities Androids have in the Dragon Ball universe, we wouldn’t be surprised if she could absorb Buu’s power.

As for Android 21’s playstyle, she’s using moves like the Solar Flare, what looks to be a variation of the Kamehameha and the Majin’s ability to turn people into snacks.

The story of Dragon Ball FighterZ will see Android 21 create clones or cyborg versions of our heroes, with the help of Android 16, to take over the world. It’s up to your character to save the fighters during each arc of the manga/anime and stop 21’s plans.

The inclusion of Majin Android 21 brings the roster for Dragon Ball FighterZ to 24 characters, which includes: Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan Vegeta, Teen Gohan, Adult Gohan, Gotenks, Piccolo, Tien, Yamcha, Krillin, Android 16, Android 18, Frieza, Perfect Cell, Majin Buu, Kid Buu, SSGSS Goku, SSGSS Vegeta, Beerus, Hit, Goku Black, Future Trunks, Captain Ginyu and Nappa.

Dragon Ball FighterZ will release for PS4, Xbox One and PC on Jan. 26.

So what do you think of the new Android 21? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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