How to Get the Anime Music Pack in Dragon Ball FighterZ
Dragon Ball FighterZ is one of the most faithful Dragon Ball games ever released, taking a break from the 3D based fighting titles for a 2D one. FighterZ meticulously builds its experience to match the anime and manga, ripping movesets directly from those two and sporting a cel-shaded style that almost looks like an anime itself. There is a way you can make Dragon Ball FighterZ feel even more like an episode of the anime, and that’s by downloading the anime music pack. This DLC package contains 11 songs from across the different anime series that can be played during matches.
Now you might be a bit confused on how to get this DLC pack, as there’s a couple different ways. First off, you should know that the Anime Music Pack has been delayed until March 1, so you won’t be able to get it in any way until then. The pack is included with the $110 digital-only Ultimate Edition, which also comes with the Commentator Pack, the Season Pass, and an early unlock for SSGS Goku and Vegeta. The good news is that Bandai Namco has confirmed that the Anime Music Pack will be available as a separate purchase for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Unfortunately, we don’t quite know how much the pack will cost as a standalone yet. We’ll make sure to update this article once we know more about the standalone release.
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