Get ready for a power-up brawl as Bandai Namco has finally announced the release date for Dragon Ball FighterZ. North America & Europe will get their hands on the game come January 26, 2018.

Not only that but a season pass called “FighterZ Pass” has been announced too.

Here are the details on what is in the FighterZ Pass, priced at $34.99:

  • 8 new playable characters
  • Each fighter comes with respective stamp, lobby avatars, and alternate colors

A new edition called Ultimate Edition has been announced priced at $109.99. This edition includes:

  • Digital full-game to download
  • FighterZ Pass
  • Anime Music Pack – 11 songs from the anime series
  • Commentator Voice Pack

The FighterZ Edition priced at $94.99 includes:

  • Digital full-game to download
  • FighterZ Pass

Previously announced, there is a physical limited edition of the game that is priced at $139.99 which includes:

  • Physical disc of game
  • CollectorZ box
  • Exclusive SteelBook
  • 7-inch Goku statue with exclusive “Manga Dimension” coloring
  • Three art boards

All Digital pre-orders for the game include:

  • Early access to the open beta
  • Early unlocks for playable characters SSGSS Goku and SSGSS Vegeta
  • SSGSS Goku and SSGSS Vegeta Lobby characters
  • Girls Stamp Pack featuring Android 21, Android 18, and Bulma

To get the physical, limited edition and FighterZ Pass, you are looking to drop $174.98 (before taxes and discounts). A rough amount compared to getting the “Ultimate Edition” but if you want the statue and steelbook, you’re going to have to shell out a few extra dollars to get it.

Surprisingly, US and Europe will actually get the game first, as it will be hitting Japanese shores on February 1, 2018.

 

Below is the retail cover for PlayStation 4.

 

 



Written by Seth Hay

Designer, developer and many other things, Seth not only enjoys video games but anime and sports. Making the choice between a Nintendo 64 and a PlayStation back in the '90s, Seth went with the PlayStation just so he could continue enjoying the Final Fantasy franchise along with many other JRPG titles.