Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero To Reportedly Have The Biggest Roster Of Fighters

The characters from the new Dragon Ball Daima anime will reportedly be included as well.

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  • Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero will reportedly have the biggest character roster according to a reputable Dragon Ball insider, Hype.
  • The game will reportedly include characters from the original Dragon Ball up to Dragon Ball Daima anime.
  • The record for the largest roster of Dragon Ball characters currently belongs to Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3.

Hype, one of the most reputable Dragon Ball insiders, has revealed that Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero will reportedly have the biggest roster of characters in any Dragon Ball game preceding it. This includes characters from the original Dragon Ball to the upcoming Dragon Ball Daima anime. 

The record for the largest roster in a Dragon Ball fighting game currently goes to none other than the predecessor, Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 3, with a whopping 161 characters in total. As Sparking! Zero is the next entry in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, it is only befitting that the successor ends up breaking this 18-year-old record.

The game's website hints the biggest roster ever
The game’s website hints the biggest roster ever

Additionally, the game’s official website reveals that Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero has a “historic number of playable characters,” further fueling the potential roster in the game. Also, the new trailer already showcased multiple characters from both Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball Super, so the chances of beloved characters like Beerus making an appearance may not be dull.


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Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero will be released on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC platforms. Currently, no release date has been confirmed other than the confirmation that the game’s development will be handled by Spike Chunsoft, the same developers who previously worked on the Budokai Tenkaichi series.

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