Learn more about the #DragonBallFighterZ World Tour, which begins at #CEO2018 on June 29th!
Weeks ago, Bandai Namco announced the launch of the DragonBall FighterZ World Tour, but had yet to drop details concerning how the circuit would run.
Today, we have that information on deck.
From June 2018 to January 2019, players will compete around the entire globe to collect the seven Dragon Balls at special events that have been designated as Saga Events. In addition, those with limited opportunities to travel will have their shots in online events that are tied to the World Tour.
Upon winning a Saga Event, the champion will be awarded a Dragon Ball and their free entry into the World Tour finals. Should that same player win another Saga Event, they will add another Dragon Ball to the collection, but a ticket to the World Finals Last Chance Qualifier will be awarded to the highest-placing player that has not already qualified for the finals.
There will be up to seven Saga events, each of which will be located in a different country. Currently, five Sagas have been locked in, and the last two are expected to be announced later on in the Tour.
- CEO (June 29 - July 1, 2018 in Daytona Beach, FL)
- VS Fighting (July 20-22, 2018 in Birmingham, United Kingdom)
- Ultimate Fighting Arena (August 31 to September 2, 2018 in Paris, France)
- Thunderstruck (October 6-7, 2018 in Monterrey, Mexico)
- SEA Major (October 13-14, 2018 in Singapore)
A Last Chance Qualifier will be held the day before the DBFZ World Tour Championship in order to finalize an eight-man bracket for the finals. As there are seven Saga Events, should each of the Dragon Balls be held by a unique player, the winner of the LCQ will become the eighth finalist. Should there be a player holding multiple Dragon Balls, however, the number of qualifying spots for the finals to be awarded via the LCQ will increase.
Here's where things get truly interesting. In the incredibly unlikely event that a single player should win all Saga Events and collect all of the Dragon Balls, that player will instantly advance to the Grand Finals of the DBFZ World Tour Championship. Should this occur, the winner of the LCQ will earn the right to challenge the holder of the Dragon Balls in a race to ten wins, where the World Tour Champion will be crowned.
The World Finals will take place in January 2019 at a location that has yet to be specified.
Want to become a Z Fighter and compete for your chance to acquire the Dragon Balls? Pick up your copy of DBFZ for the Playstation 4, Xbox One or PC TODAY!
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