Dragon Ball: The Breakers Beta Trailer Shows Cell Destroy Part Of Map
Closed beta testing information for Dragon Ball has been made available, along with gameplay footage showing Cell destroying a portion of the map. The Breakers is a Dead by Daylight multiplayer game where seven survivors must survive in a Temporal Seam. The Raiders are the equivalent of Dead by Daylight’s killers, and their chances of survival decrease.
Bandai Namco, the publisher, has announced three characters that will play the role of Raiders: The Breakers, namely Buu, Cell, or Frieza. Bandai Namco has previously confirmed that Raiders will become stronger each time they capture a survivor. The Raiders will be formidable regardless of evolutionary boosts, judging by what has been shown about the title since its release. This is evident when Cell, the evil villain, enters the game.
Dragon Ball‘ closed beta testing details were shared. Bandai Namco also released a new gameplay video, which runs over 11 minutes and breaks down the key gameplay components. The gameplay footage shows Cell creating havoc on a portion of a map. This indicates that he will be one of the game’s most persistent foes. The beta testers can expect to witness such destruction in person.
The Bandai Namco official website allows interested parties to sign up now for the test sessions. The form is short and asks users to enter their email addresses. The publisher has planned four sessions in total: Session 1 runs from 6:00 to 10:00 PST on December 3, while Session 2 begins at 4:00 AM and ends around 8:00 AM. Session 3 starts later that morning at 10:00 AM and closes at 2:00 PM. Finally, Session 4 runs between 6:00 and 10:00 PM.
While the cast of Dragon Ball characters is sure to attract fans to the franchise’s new online experience, the gameplay suggests that even non-Dragon Ball fans may still find much to enjoy. These and many other details will be clear when The Broken players get their hands on it in the coming days.
Bandai Namco has announced the latest Dragon Ball project. If the title launches on schedule in 2022, it will be the first Dragon Ball video game to reach store shelves since Dragon Ball Z – Kakarot was released for PC and consoles in 2020.