What the Edition Differences Are For Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball FighterZ finally arrives at the end of this week, and fans of the anime will already be counting down the minutes until they can jump into the 3 vs. 3 action. Just like many other AAA titles, Dragon Ball FighterZ has a slew of different editions for players to choose from. The more expensive the edition you get, the more content – both physical and digital – you’ll end up getting. Here’s what all the edition differences are to help you decide which one you should get.
- Standard ($60) – Just your standard copy of the game. No extras included.
- FighterZ ($95) – This will get you a standard copy of the game as well as the Season Pass which will see eight new characters, complete with their own stamp, lobby avatars, and alternate colors, added to the game post-launch.
- Ultimate ($110) – Now we’re in the pricier realm. The Dragon Ball FighterZ Ultimate Edition is only available digitally, but includes a standard copy of the game, the aforementioned season pass, the anime music pack containing 11 songs from the anime, and a commentator voice pack.
- CollectorZ (140) – Dragon Ball FighterZ’s priciest edition comes with a 7″ Goku statue with “Manga Dimension” coloring, three art boards, an exclusive steelbook, and a CollectorZ fancy box to hold it all in. This edition does not come with the season pass.
And there you have the contents of each of Dragon Ball FighterZ’s editions, as well as what’s different in each. For more on the game, be sure to check out our ever-expanding wiki.