Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission Getting Demo and New Update Soon

Today Bandai Namco Entertainment announced that Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is going to receive a free demo soon.

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The demo will include a “portion of the retail game” and will come packed with part of the story mode (including the tutorial), a demo-specific mission, and the creation mode that will let you edit your cards.

Since it’s a slightly peculiar kind of Dragon Ball game, it’s certainly a good chance for those who have been on the fence to see if it suits their taste.

On top of that, a new update to the full game is also coming. For the moment there is no release date for either, but we know they’re coming “soon.”

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is already available in the west for Nintendo Switch and PC, having launched on April 5.

In order to celebrate the announcement, a new trailer has been released, and you can watch it below. Speaking of trailers, you can also check out the launch video, giving an overview of what you can expect. You can also read our Keenan’s opinion on the game, explaining how it’s the trading card game spinoff the fans of the series have been waiting for.


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