Dragon Ball Legends unleashed on mobile

Bandai Namco
The card battle game Dragon Ball Legends is now available for Android and iOS devices.

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Players can battle in head-to-head PVP matches against opponents from around the globe anywhere at any time. Dragon Ball Legends features the legendary Goku and a trio of brand-new characters drawn by Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama himself. These include Shallot, a time-displaced Saiyan from the past, Zahha, a magical swordsman sent from a far-flung world, and a mysterious hooded man. Dragon Ball Legends is available now as a free download on the App Store and Google Play.

"Dragon Ball Legends introduces an innovative one-finger battle system that gives players of all experience levels the ability to fight like Goku, Gohan, and Vegeta," said Keigo Ikeda, Producer of Dragon Ball Legends, at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

Dragon Ball Legends was originally announced via a pre-launch campaign in March, and has broken BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment's all-time record with over 4.5 million total pre-registrations. In commemoration of this milestone, all players who begin playing the game today will receive Goku, Frieza, a rare character, and Chrono Crystals (items used to summon fighters in-game) upon download.

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