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Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 4 is finally becoming a reality, here’s its first trailer

The legendary Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi series of fighting games just announced a new title is coming during the Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour.

Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 4 is finally becoming a reality, here’s its first trailer

The Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour event had a huge surprise up its sleeve. The number of fans who clamored for his return was huge, and although it’s been a really long wait, Bandai Namco has listened to the requests of its followers. It's not fake, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 4 is real and it was revealed through a teaser trailer, which you can see below these lines.

The clip starts with several sequences from previous installments, encapsulated in a CRT screen. Next, Goku takes over the screen and transforms into Super Saiyan God Blue. The graphics jump is striking, something to be expected considering that several generations have passed since the launch of Dragon Ball Z Tenkaichi 3, which was released on PlayStation 2 and Wii.

Almost nothing is known about the game itself. Bandai Namco has not shared a release date or specific details. Nor has it been specified if the original studio, Spike Chunsoft, will take over the new installment. We will have to wait for the first official information to begin to flow. Meanwhile, nothing better than a Kame-Hame-Ha of nostalgia straight into our heart.

The concept of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi

The PlayStation 2 generation had two prominent Dragon Ball sagas. On the one hand, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, which fell perfectly under the 3D fighting game genre; on the other, Budokai Tenkaichi, whose peculiarity was the free movement in a more or less open environment. The player could use the setting to their advantage, fly in any direction, or even dive underwater.

Until Tenkaichi 4 hits the market there are other alternatives to consider: Xenoverse 2 still going and FighterZ is one of the best two-dimensional fighting games of recent years. As if that were not enough, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot continues to receive content in the form of story expansions.