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Published by VegettoEX
27 August 2020, 9:43 AM EDT

Following today’s sixth episode premiere, the official Super Dragon Ball Heroes website announced a title and summary for the upcoming seventh episode of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes promotional anime‘s new “Universe Creation Arc” (under the larger umbrella of the game’s current “Big Bang Mission” update series).

Rampaging Terror! An Evil Aura Re-emerges!
Goku & co. infiltrate the Time Gap that the Universe Tree towers over. There, Gohan, No. 17, & co., who had already been brought there by Fu, are fighting against their nemeses, Bojack and Super 17.

The Time Patrollers vanish from there by Towa’s doing, and the remaining fighters, Goku and Vegeta, confront Fu. As a fierce battle unfolds, the black aura of Cumber, being controlled by Fu, attacks them, causing Goku & co. to run amok…

While an exact date for the episode’s release is not specified in the announcement, the series is currently slated for monthly episode releases.

The self-described “promotional anime” began its free online streaming in July 2018, with the initial six episodes covering the “Prison Planet” arc, then moving on to the “Universal Conflict” arc. Back in March, the series re-branded again for the new “Universe Creation Arc” alongside the arcade game’s own update to the “Big Bang Mission” series. Though the promotional anime series’ original trailer was available worldwide, the subsequent episode postings themselves have been region-locked to Japan. No home release of the promotional anime has been announced.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes is itself an update and hardware revision to the original Dragon Ball Heroes, a card-based arcade game in which players arrange teammates on a playing field for turn-based battles. Dragon Ball Heroes has seen a variety of multimedia spin-offs and support pieces. Yoshitaka Nagayama’s Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Big Bang Mission!!! manga (a follow-up to the previous Dark Demon Realm Mission! and Universe Mission!! series) currently runs in Shueisha’s bimonthly Saikyō Jump magazine, while Toyotarō’s Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission ran from 2012-2015 in Shueisha’s monthly V-Jump magazine. Three portable game adaptations — Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission, Ultimate Mission 2, and Ultimate Mission X — were released on the Nintendo 3DS. A fourth home version, Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, launched on the Nintendo Switch and PC on 04 April 2019 and internationally (a first for the series) 05 April 2019.