Dragon Ball FighterZ welcomes Android 21 in a lab coat on February 24

Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have announced that the Android 21 (Lab Coat) will be available on Dragon Ball FighterZ next february 24. As announced, it is a downloadable character that allows us to control this android in its original appearance, the one that appears during the history of the fighting game; completing the campaign unlocked Majin Android 21, but not the “lab coat” version of her. We show you his teaser.

Android 21 is a original character created by Akira Toriyamamanga author, who first appears in Dragon Ball FighterZ. She is the main villain in her Evil Majin version and is noted for an intelligence similar to that of Dr. Gero.

The character liked among the fans and after made the leap to other video gamesWhat Super Dragon Ball Heroes Misin del universo 2 (UVM2) and the mobile game of Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battleor the Ultra Pack 2 from Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2; also has a brief cameo in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarotthe role-playing game from Cyberconnect2, and in the mobile game Dragon Ball Legends. Figures of the character have been released.

A dream come true for Dragon Ball fans

“We basically said what the character was, as well as her gender and her personality,” explained Tomoko Hiroki, producer of Dragon Ball FighterZ. “We studied what kind of character we wanted and told Toriyama the plot. Then freely draw the character“.

Android 21 (Lab Coat) Releases February 24 in Dragon Ball FighterZ

Dragon Ball FighterZ It is that game that fans have been dreaming of for so many years”, we told in the analysis. “A title that is not satisfied with being extremely faithful to the license and pleasing the fans, but rather seeks to go further and become one of the new referents of its genre thanks to a hilarious gameplay, frenetic, balanced, highly polished and with multiple layers of depth so that it can be enjoyed by all types of players. A tribute to both Dragon Ball and fighting games.” You can find out more with our complete guide.

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