Bandai Namco announces Dragon Ball Legends mobile game for Android and iOS
Bandai Namco has announced Dragon Ball Legends, a new mobile game for Android and iOS that offers real-time player versus player fighting, during a live demo at Google presentation at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The upcoming Dragon Ball Legends is pretty much like the recently-released Dragon Ball FighterZ with two players fighting each other up using up to three Dragon Ball characters each. The only difference is that the Legends will use a tap cards control system. The cards are displayed at the bottom of the screen, and each card lets you use different type of attack (melee, ranged, and special). You can do combos by tapping multiple cards quickly and by that, you’ll also be able to trigger high damage Dragon Ball-style cutscene attacks.
The Legends uses Google Cloud Platform and PvP combat runs real-time globally with low levels of lag. This also means that both players’ mobile devices can communicate at 150 ms (with a stable connection).
Bandai Namco didn’t reveal the exact date of release but they said that it will come out at some point in 2018 on the App Store and Google Play.
You can watch the live demo here (skip to the three hours, 39 minutes mark).