What Era The New Dragon Ball Game Is Set In

A new asymmetrical multiplayer game, The Breakers, is using the Dragon Ball universe, but likely won’t limit itself to one single era from the anime.

A new experience is coming to the line of Dragon Ball video games with the recently announced Dragon Ball: The Breakers. The game is bringing asymmetrical multiplayer, a departure from the action fighters like Xenoverse the series is typically known to produce, and will feature many recognizable characters. Most Dragon Ball games seem to feature an adaption of the DBZ storyline, but The Breakers doesn’t appear to nail down a specific era from the anime.

The game will put a player in control of one of the anime’s villains in the in-game role of a Raider, tasked with hunting down seven Survivors. Players who control the seven Survivors will either be a recognizable, non Z-Fighter character (Bulma, Oolong), or a generic citizen trying to escape Cell, Frieza, or Kid Buu. Dragon Ball: The Breakers so far only has one trailer and not many gameplay details, so its setting is a bit fuzzy, which seems to be intentional. It doesn’t appear that The Breakers is attempting to canonically depict these characters, but instead just using them for gameplay purposes.

So far, the only semblance of gameplay that has been revealed has been for Cell, one of Dragon Ball’s most iconic villains. The Breakers’ reveal trailer shows the bio-android emerging as a larva, and transforming into his more powerful forms as he terrorizes Ginger Town and absorbs Survivors. This so far appears to align rather close with the Dragon Ball Z canon, even though other characters and gameplay mechanics will muddy the water. For instance, the trailer shows Cell reaching his final form, which comes long after his stint in Ginger Town, but this appears to be the extent of that one The Breakers map.

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A new asymmetrical multiplayer game, The Breakers, is using the Dragon Ball universe, but likely won’t limit itself to one single era from the anime. A new experience is coming to the line of Dragon Ball video games with the recently announced Dragon Ball: The Breakers. The game is bringing asymmetrical multiplayer, a departure from…

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