We can't wait for Dragon Ball FighterZ. It has everything going for it. It straight-up looks like a episode of Dragon Ball Z, it's reviving the class 2.5D Dragon Ball fighting game approach, and it's being developed by Arc System Works, a studio we would trust to make any anime into a kick-ass fighting game. The only thing killing our buzz right now? There's no Switch version announced. We want this game on Switch. Everyone does. Even Vegeta wants to see Dragon Ball FighterZ on the Nintendo Switch. Check it out:
As a bonafide Switch fan, I support this movement. Retweet!! https://t.co/Ks0JoUr61H— Christopher Sabat (@VoiceOfVegeta) June 21, 2017
"As a bonafide Switch fan, I support this movement. Retweet!" The tweet he shared if from Saiyan Island, who tagged Bandai Namco's social pages demanding to see Dragon Ball FighterZ on the Switch. They're doing this because it was revealed that nothing is really holding FighterZ back from the Switch except demand.
In case you missed it, this is what DB FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki had to say in an interview with GameBlog (via SiliconEra) when questioned about difficulty porting games like FighterZ and Xenoverse 2 due to the Switch's power limitations:
"I don’t know who told you that, but it’s truly not a question of power. We did not run into any true difficulties for the Switch version of Xenoverse 2. I’d say that if we get enough demand from fans, we could make a Switch version [of Dragon Ball FighterZ] as well. Although, it may not release at the same time as the other versions, we might consider it."
What else do you need?! After he made that statement, headlines erupted saying that Dragon Ball FighterZ could come to the Switch, and fans everywhere got pumped up. There were petitionary tweets everywhere asking Bandai Namco to bring the game to Switch, and now we have the prince of all Saiyans himself demanding that they do so. If you want to see Dragon Ball FighterZ on the Switch make sure you tweet Bandai Namco and let them know!