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On September 21, the Open Beta for Dragon Ball: The Breakers will begin.

This week, Bandai Namco will conduct an open beta test for Dragon Ball: The Breakers. The game, which resembles a combination of Dead by Daylight and the classic anime series, involves a group of players working together to avoid being annihilated by prominent Dragon Ball Z antagonists like Frieza, Majin Buu, or Cell.

The open beta for Dragon Ball: The Breakers on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC through Steam, and Switch will begin on September 21 at 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET and end on September 25 at 1 AM PT / 4 AM ET. During the beta, gamers will have the choice to play as either Frieza or Cell, while survivors will be able to don Oolong and Bulma skins.

Bandai Namco has also published a new trailer featuring Majin Buu, who is one of the Raiders in the game. This jovial pink villain from the video game loves candy, has numerous transformations, and is happy to turn survivors into a sweet treat that he can eat. He is similar to his counterpart in manga and anime. These players also have the option of donning a traditional Dragon Ball Z skin, which is modeled after the farmer whom Goku's brother Raditz meets for the first time at the beginning of the series.

In addition, an upcoming update to Dragon Ball: The Breakers will provide players with the opportunity to acquire Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 awards based on the accomplishments they have attained while playing the game. Players of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot can also look forward to an upgrade for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, as well as a second season of downloadable content (DLC) story expansions.

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Tom L. Taylor

My real name is Tom L Taylor, however, I go by Zentouro online (the origin of my name is a strange tale about an elven name generator and me being 8 years old). My concentration in Environmental Studies at Middlebury is on the role of film and media in shaping environmental perceptions and values. Both Chinese and Computer Science were electives for me.

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