Dragon Ball Legends for Android hits the US
Back in April, the number of pre-registrations for Dragon Ball Legends reached the 2.5 million milestone. Less than a month later, this title broke Namco Bandai's previous record and became the first one to hit 3 million pre-registrations. Now, Dragon Ball Legends is finally rolling out for Android users in the US.
Yesterday, the team behind this title posted the following message on Twitter: "The US Android DRAGON BALL LEGENDS launch begins today! The European Android version will be released soon after. The launch for other regions and the iOS version is coming soon. #DBLegends"
Earlier this week, Dragon Ball Legends has been soft launched "in certain regions" and this gradual server roll-out comes to avoid at least some of the potential multiplayer issues that may arise, since it often happens for the servers to quickly become overcrowded when popular titles open up for players all around the world at the same time.
This title can be freely downloaded from Google Play and offers a PvP fighting experience that also involves power-up cards and an original storyline. As it usually happens with free Google Play titles, various in-app items can be purchased by those who want to speed up their progress or enhance their gameplay.
Dragon Ball Legends requires devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or later and has a PEGI 12 content rating. Anyone here managed to play it so far? If you are one of the lucky ones, it would be great if you could spend a few minutes to share your experience with the rest of us.
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