Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero’s Release Date Has Now Leaked Online

We will not have to wait for the game for a long time.

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  • Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero’s release date has supposedly now leaked online.
  • The leaked source is from the official site’s datamine, which makes it quite credible.
  • We suggest taking the rumor with a grain of salt until official affirmation by the devs.

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero is on everyone’s radar. However, the waiting game might be over sooner than we expected. A new rumor suggests the title is headed for a launch on October 1, 2024. The leak emerged from the datamine of Bandai Namco’s official site, which makes it appear quite credible. Additionally, all the previous Budokai Tenkaichi games were also released in the early days of October in Japan, further solidifying the notion.

All in all, I suggest taking the rumors with a pinch of salt. While datamined info seldom ends up being wrong in the world of gaming rumors, it is still best to wait for an official announcement from the devs. Although, among many reports, a recent rating in Singapore also suggests a 2024 release date—at least, the release window is implied to be this year.

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero Will Be A Dream Come True For Many Fans

It’s fair to say that Bandai Namco has taken its sweet time to bring the next iteration of Budokai Tenkaichi, which has caused a lot of anticipation since its official announcement. Expect a historic number of playable characters, which will surpass the BT3’s 161 amount. Only 24 characters have currently been revealed who are different variations of Goku and Vegeta. While not the end of the world, the title will also hog a lot of disk space.

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero will feature a huge roster of characters from the get-go | Image Source: Bandai Namco
Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero will feature a huge roster of characters from the get-go | Image Source: Bandai Namco

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For those out of the loop, Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero is slated to come out on PC, PlayStation 5, and the Xbox Series X|S consoles. The awaited entry may also lack the much-anticipated local versus modes, according to the information discovered on the game’s Steam and PlayStation store page.

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