Game news Dragon Ball The Breakers: the multiplayer game at Dead by Daylight comes out and makes it known
We weren’t particularly expecting the Dragon Ball license in this kind of game, and yet: here is Dragon Ball The Breakers, an asymmetrical multiplayer title that will be available in a few hours. With a launch trailer, even. History of doing things well.
Alone against all
Asymmetrical multiplayer is definitely in fashion: as a reminder, it consists of opposing two camps with diametrically opposed forces. In the case of Dragon Ball The Breakers, we have on the one hand seven completely normal humans (for seven players), stuck in an area; on the other, a single player will embody a big bad guy, overpowered. The former will have to get out of the area at all costs by hiding and cooperating, while the latter will use his extraordinary abilities to exterminate the survivors.
A principle that has already borne fruit in video games and the most convincing example is undoubtedly that of Dead by Daylight, still active after years and having largely democratized the genre with Friday the 13th: The Video Game the game. Since then, Sony has also tried it with Predator Hunting Grounds and Ghostbusters Spirits Unleashed (from the same developers, by the way) will offer shortly. In short, it’s fashionable and fashionable, Dragon Ball intends to follow it assiduously.
Breaking news: The Breakers has just been released
Unsurprisingly, Bandai Namco has just drawn a brand new trailer to accompany the release of the title, to be found in our video player at the beginning of the article. We can see the three big bad guys who will make up the cast on the bad guys side: Buu, Cell and Friezerwhich promise true-to-theirselves (i.e.…destructive) powers.
It is also possible to use several items for humans, such as grappling hooks, weapons or vehicles. Note that on the side of the villains as well as the survivors, it will be possible to opt for customization with bonuses or skins.
Dragon Ball The Breakers will be released at midnight tonight, October 14, on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch for 19.99 euros.