‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ is coming to Xbox Game Pass

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NME published this video item, entitled “‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ is coming to Xbox Game Pass” – below is their description.

As is the norm these days, Microsoft has given a heads up about the next bunch of games coming to cloud, console, and PC versions of Xbox Game Pass, and the biggest title this month on (on console, at least) is Arc System Works and Bandai Namco’s stylish team fighter, ‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’.

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