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Published by VegettoEX
27 January 2017, 8:41 AM EDT

The European branch of Bandai Namco has announced a “D1 Patch” (“Day One Patch”) for their forthcoming localization and release of Dragon Ball Fusions hitting shelves 17 February 2017:

D1 Patch content revealed for DRAGON BALL FUSIONS!

January 27, 2017
Power up for maximum fusion!

While the release is approaching, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe unveiled today all the D1 Patch content for the newest Dragon Ball 3DS game: DRAGON BALL FUSIONS.

Immediately after installing the patch, players will get the following new playable characters: Trunks (Super), Goku Black, Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black, Super Saiyan Trunks (Super), SSGSS Vegito, Zamas and Fused Zamas.

In addition, they will also be able to acquire new in-game items: new clothes, new titles and new Special Moves.

Be ready, DRAGON BALL FUSIONS is coming to Europe, Middle East and Australasian territories on February 17th 2017 exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS handheld system. To find out more on DRAGON BALL FUSIONS, go to www.dragonball-videogames.com.

The added content comes by way of the Japanese version’s recent “Space/Time Vortex Quest” missions, which wrapped up in December adding the aforementioned new characters, special techniques, titles, and balance updates.

Dragon Ball Fusions, developed by Ganbarion for Bandai Namco, is the latest Dragon Ball franchise portable video game and is exclusively available on the Nintendo 3DS. The game has sold upward of 170,000 copies thus far in Japan and has received three free updates. The game was released in America 22 November 2016 and is set for a release in Europe 17 February 2017. Bandai Namco has announced a free update coming to the international release of the game in early 2017; while a specific release timeframe for the American content has yet to be announced, it stands to reason that it will correspond to this European content.

Read our full review, or check our Episode #0415 of our podcast for more discussion regarding the game.

Thanks to Romain for the heads-up!