Dragon Ball FighterZ Will Have An English Dub Voice Track

The announcement, news, and gameplay of Dragon Ball FighterZ has taken the world by storm. This is a 2.5D, competitive fighter with goals of making it to the Evolution Championship Series, commonly known as EVO, an annual eSports event that focuses exclusively on fighting games. Thus far, Bandai Namco Entertainment has showed off a trailer and demo with Japanese voices and English text. It has made fans wonder if the game will get any additional voices tracks.

The answer to that is yes, Bandai Namco Entertainment America has confirmed Dragon Ball FighterZ will have the option to select between the English dub voice track and Japanese voice track, just like Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and the games in the last few years that have made it to North America. It’s assumed the English dub track will be the one which made the shows famous, featuring Sean Schemmel as Goku and Chris Sabat as Vegeta. Any other actors playing English dub voices would certainly cause an uproar of disappointment!

Bandi Namco Entertainment America has also confirmed the game will have English text English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Neutral Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. In the countries that speak it, Dragon Ball FighterZ will have text in Polish, Russian, Korean, and Japanese text as well.

While gameplay for Dragon Ball FighterZ has been limited to Japanese voices and English text thus far, as we get closer to 2018, we’ll likely start seeing the English dub make its way to trailers and gameplay. If we recall correctly, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was revealed in May of 2016, but we did not get an English dub trailer until September 2016. Stay tuned to Saiyan Island for more on Dragon Ball FighterZ. For now, all we can do is enjoy the gameplay and trailer that is available with English text!


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Dragon Ball FighterZ is a 3-vs-3 team battle fighting game in development by Arc System Works, the same developer as the acclaimed Guilty Gear fighting game franchise. Dragon Ball FighterZ delivers an explosive, action-packed game that combines classic 2D fighting with advanced 3D character models that look and feel as if they are straight out of the Dragon Ball series. It will will incorporate ultra high-speed battles and various flashy moves, including Goku’s iconic Kamehameha. Confirmed playable characters thus far include Goku (normal, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3, Frieza (Final Form, Golden) Super Saiyan 2 Gohan, Vegeta (normal and Super Saiyan), Perfect Cell, and Majin Buu. Dragon Ball FighterZ will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment in early 2018.

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  • No one Knows

    Yep

  • Linger

    No duh.

  • Space Popo(by Ahtma)™

    @Saiyan_Soul:disqus

  • Linger

    You finally got your confirmation.

  • Eren Jaeger

    dont see the point of this post lel, we always get dub for dbz games

  • K’MukiN

    No thanks, i’ll stick with jpn voices

  • Not extreme butoden. Not J-Stars Victory VS.

  • Also, I don’t believe fusions was either.

  • Super Shadow

    They already showed in the trailer “Funimation”

  • Eren Jaeger

    J-Stars is not a dbz game, its a fanservice game. Also 3ds games dont usually get much notice anime game wise so dubbing companies either dont see the point or get copyright problems

  • Eren Jaeger

    I have sadly given up on the anime due to goku black arc and recently gave up on the manga cause of what was pulled in recent chapter

  • Linger

    Yeah it was great.Post production was also way stronger than usual.

  • Eren Jaeger

    Yeah, AOT does have its flaws as well, but at least I can look past some of them and still enjoy the series. The recent manga chapter with what goku pulled in dbs made me go “No, just no..” Now im finding another manga to replace it, going to give kingdom a try since ive heard good things

  • Eren Jaeger

    Season is done, but 3rd season already has video confirmation for season 3 in 2018. Looking forward to 2018, Devilman Crybaby and AOT season 3

  • Linger

    Basically editing.In this scene for example in the top left corner there is a light source which effects the lighting on the image.

    gyazo.Com/40120c421dfaf958c35e468a8411bcf6.jpg

    That’s a post production thing that was edited in after the image was drawn and colored.There are much better cases of this in the episode but this was the first one i found.

  • Anthony_weaver86

    For those who are excited to see Black panther, when it’s finish with part one what would you like to see in part 2 of it?

  • I just want to say you’re still stupid.

  • R U D E

  • Seviliot

    i´ve got two questions and recomendations
    will it have latin-american spanish voice over as dlc at least? (it should)
    will it have the classic anime fight soundtracks as dlc at least? (it really should)

  • Element115Will

    I enjoyed the soundtracks of Budokai tenkaichi 3 alot. Maybe do a remaster of that lol IMO.

  • Anthony_weaver86

    Get out

  • Saiyan26

    I don’t get why DBZ Sagas got so much flak. It was fun and unique. I wished they made a sequel.

  • Kaihedgie

    So how about dem dubs for GG and BB :V

  • Anthony_weaver86

    Wasn’t even talking about that get out

  • Marpolo13

    the dubs for those games were dismissed mainly (at least for BB) to get the game to the west quicker so that there wasn’t a 6+ month gap between Japan and American release. I’m sure for a project involving Dragonball they will push to release around the same time, which is why they can confidently say they are doing a dub. That and Dragon ball is way popular in America because of the dubbing so it makes way too much sense to dub it. As for GG and BB, while the west loves those games it still isn’t enough to warrant dubbing in their eyes. I personally don’t think we will see at least GG get dubbed again and for BB well, it would be strange to see them do it again, but after the uproar over CF we MIGHT, but I wouldn’t hold my breath if I were you.

  • Point_Blank

    Grab the momentum and don’t let it go. ^ ^

  • Kaihedgie

    “6+ month gap between Japan and American release” Which is BS because people who bought the Japanese release revealed that there was English voicework in the game already :V

  • Marpolo13

    some voice work doesn’t equate to all the voice work it would take for the game. The actor for Ragna (ENG) himself talked about not working on the project at all. So no, it’s not total BS. Also, I’m sure the dubs aren’t the only thing that holds western releases back, so I’m not playing the large gaps solely on that, but it is a large contributing factor.