Dragon Ball FighterZ is the latest game to be included as part of Microsoft’s Xbox Live Gold Free Play Days promotion.
Arc System Works’ hit fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ, will be free to play for Xbox Live Gold members from tomorrow.
Subscribers can download and play the game on Xbox One between 12:01 am PT on Thursday January 24, and 11:59 pm on January 27, 2019.
If you like what you play, you can also get the standard edition of the game for keeps with a 60% discount via the Xbox One games store. The FighterZ Edition – which adds eight extra DLC characters – is also available with a 50% price cut, as is the Ultimate Edition, which also bundles in anime music and commentator audio packs.
Head over to the Xbox digital game store in your region to see exact sale prices.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is a delight to see in action on any platform, even the humble Nintendo Switch. On Xbox One it runs at 60 fps and 1080p, with higher resolutions supported on Xbox One X.
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