New Dragon Ball FighterZ Trailer Introduces Beerus

Bandai Namco has shared a new trailer for Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Featured above, the new trailer focuses on the god of destruction from universe 6 – Beerus.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is launching across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 26th in North America and Europe. In case you missed it – we recorded exclusive, hands-on gameplay for the game, complete with our commentary on how it plays and feels. You can find that here.

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  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    They need to put in UI to balance it now

  • Mr0303

    Cancer in jackal form that likes to play with balls.

  • gwadahunter2222

    at this rate your hate boner for this character will be legendary

  • Mr0303

    It’s over 9000 meters.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Beerus > King Kai

  • Mr0303

    Last time I checked King Kai didn’t randomly genocide people.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    No, but he thinks its appropriate to tell jokes when the Universe is in danger. That makes him a complete sociopath.

  • Mr0303

    Actions speak louder than words.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Who did Beerus even genocide so far?

  • Mr0303

    The multiple planets that didn’t have food that he liked.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Doesn’t make him bad, he is just following Xeno’s orders.

    Remember, Vegeta has committed borderline genocide before.

  • Mr0303

    Don’t know who Xeno is, but that’s a classic Nuremberg defence.

    Also Vegeta being evil doesn’t excuse this douche’s actions.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Xeno is the god of all universes, he orders the Gods of destruction like Beerus to destroy planets in order for new ones to be born.

    You should hate DBZ by your standards if you can’t stand the site of a genocidal character.

  • Mr0303

    And Beerus chooses populated planets with food he doesn’t like, which of course means those people have to die. Also in case you missed it the Nuremberg defence doesn’t absolve you of responsibility for your actions.

    I don’t mind genocidal characters, but they are usually treated as villains. Beerus – not so much. In fact Goku and Vegeta go train with him like nothing happened. What’s next – treating Frieza as a misunderstood dictator? He was only following Beerus’ orders after all. Receiving the second best pillow totally justified the annihilation of the Saiyans.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Do Goku and Vegeta have a choice? They can’t beat him at the moment. Also Beerus was treated as a villain, there was a whole movie and arc dedicated to Goku fighting him.

    Frieza is currently fighting alongside the Z Fighters in the tournament of power, the same way Piccolo and Vegeta turned a new leaf and fought with the Z Fighters.

  • Mr0303

    “Do Goku and Vegeta have a choice?” – yes, they could not train under the genocidal maniac and find a way to murder him. You know – like any other DBZ villain. Instead they have to cuck and send him pudding. Also he’s not treated like a villain, but rather an ally in the fight against Frieza and in the Xenoverse games. He is the reason I dropped Super.

    “Frieza is currently fighting alongside the Z Fighters in the tournament of power” – BHAHAHAHA! Super really is garbage. They made one of the most iconic villains into an ally. Brilliant.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Lol they tried to fight him and got their asses kicked badly, so they have no choice but to train under his master, who has hinted at Goku and Vegeta being his replacement.

    Frieza is only fighting because he wants the super dragon balls to wish for immortality.

  • Mr0303

    So the Super versions of Goku and Vegeta are cowards who are willing to train under an evil master. Good to know.

    “Frieza is only fighting because he wants the super dragon balls to wish for immortality.” – what an asspull excuse to make him a good guy.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Cowards? Goku and Vegeta literally fought a God head on. They’re not strong enough, so they have to train, its already been hinted at a few times that Goku has the potential to surpass Beerus.

    Asspull? I guess the same can be said for Yamcha, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, 17,and 18. All of whom were bad guys that turned good for more or less the same reason.

  • Mr0303

    Yes they were/are cowards. Rather than training for themselves and finding a way to murder him like they did for every other DBZ villain they joined him. Not to mention the cringe Bingo dance.

    No, the same couldn’t be said about the others. They were redeemable and bar Vegeta, who died after his sins none of them have committed genocide. What’s next – Cell coming back to help the gang? I guess this will happen in a couple of episodes of Super garbage.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    Goku and Vegeta were already the strongest in their universe of all the regular mortals, they were only able to break their plateaus when they started fighting gods and beings who matched or surpassed their strengths from other universes. Your logic is like expecting a body builder to get stronger without lifting heavier weights.

    How were they redeemable? Piccolo was the offspring of an ancient demon hell bent on killing. Vegeta was one of the leaders of a barbaric and war mongering species. 17 and 18 were literally programmed to kill. They only turned good because they were outclassed in strength, unlike Frieza who is still a very formidable fighter.

  • Mr0303

    No, that’s not my logic. My logic is that the bodybuilder shouldn’t take protein tips from the guy who tried to murder his family.

    Piccolo didn’t committed genocide and being the son of someone evil doesn’t make you that. Vegeta was killed by Frieza and had a second chance at life. The main timeline 17 and 18 didn’t commit genocide, while the future ones did and Trunks murdered them for it. Frieza and Beerus are irredeemable and I don’t want to see the former as a hero, which is why I won’t be watching Super.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    If the guy giving you advice is ten times stronger than you, then why not take it? If you become stronger than him, then you can kill him to prevent any further harm.

    Piccolo admittedly wanted to destroy earth, Goku just beat him at the last second out of desperation. Vegeta was still evil after Frieza killed him, it wasn’t until Gohan killed Cell when he changed his mind during his “i’m no warrior” line. 17 and 18 are still programmed to commit genocide, they just cant act on it because they’re outmatched. Frieza right now is the same as Piccolo or Vegeta when they were new. Beerus is just doing what hes ordered, he has no moral obligation.

    Its a shame you don’t give it a chance, the Goku Black/Zamasu arc seems right up your alley.

  • Mr0303

    “If the guy giving you advice is ten times stronger than you, then why
    not take it? If you become stronger than him, then you can kill him to
    prevent any further harm.” – or how about trying to steal this guy’s secrets or put some grease on his weights rather than acting like all buddy-buddy? Or how about do the usual non-cowardly thing DB characters do and train until they find a way to beat him? By the same logic Goku should’ve joined Raditz when he first gave him the offer to join him. Standing up for your principles is heroic behaviour and this is what I want to see from my entertainment. Not bodybuilders with no morals.

    “Piccolo admittedly wanted to destroy earth” – but he didn’t.

    “Vegeta was still evil after Frieza killed him” – and yet he didn’t really do anything evil until the Majin saga.

    “17 and 18 are still programmed to commit genocide” – but they didn’t and became functioning within society.

    “Frieza right now is the same as Piccolo or Vegeta when they were new.” – LOL.

    “Beerus is just doing what hes ordered, he has no moral obligation.” – how many times do I have to mention the Nuremberg defence to pontificate that this is not a valid excuse?

    “Its a shame you don’t give it a chance, the Goku Black/Zamasu arc seems right up your alley.” – I gave it a chance and it fucked it up. I was a pretty big DB fan, but after what I saw I had to drop it. Also you don’t know my tastes, so don’t presume what I would and wouldn’t like. I’m not wasting my time with Super and that’s final.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    How do you get his secrets if training with him is the only way to achieve the strength? Goku was only able to become SSB and UI because Whis taught him how to break through his limits. Radditz wouldn’t have trained Goku and he would have just kept coming back after getting beat, unlike Beerus who was impressed by Goku and decided to take him under his wing.

    Vegeta’s main goal was surpassing Goku until the Buu saga when he admitted Goku was the best. The fact that he let Babidi posses him shows he was still malicious. As for the others, they conceded because other stronger villains put them in their place.

    Piccolo and Vegeta were evil when they were new, so how does that separate them from Frieza?

    I’m just saying Beerus isnt the morally bad guy you painted him out to be. If he didn’t destroy planets, then Xeno would kill him.

    I just thought you would like the Goku Black arc because the villains are hell bent on genocide and that seems to be your biggest pet peeve.

  • Mr0303

    “How do you get his secrets if training with him is the only way to achieve the strength?” – and who says it’s the only way? I thought breaking limits and finding a way to overcome your enemies was what heroes do? I recall Goku saying something like “When there’s a will there’s a way!” a couple of times. In Super he isn’t as motivated it seems.

    “Radditz wouldn’t have trained Goku and he would have just kept coming back after getting beat” – that’s your own speculation. After all why wouldn’t Goku join his villainous brother if he’s more powerful than him? He could teach him techniques and shit – he’s even family! It’s the only way to defeat Raditz in the long term, right?

    ” unlike Beerus who was impressed by Goku and decided to take him under his wing.” – how magnanimous of him. He could even give Goku some pointers of how to eradicate civilisations. Perhaps Goku should start with the guys who taught him instant transmission. I’m sure that’ll be a good way to thank them.

    “As for the others, they conceded because other stronger villains put them in their place.” – and yet no genocide.

    “Piccolo and Vegeta were evil when they were new, so how does that separate them from Frieza?” – Frieza was evil all the way. He had no remorse. No redeemable qualities. He came back twice with absolutely no changes and tried to blow up the Earth both times. How many times do they have to kill him and what possibly could be his redemption for being a galactic tyrant for centuries?

    “I’m just saying Beerus isnt the morally bad guy you painted him out to
    be. If he didn’t destroy planets, then Xeno would kill him.” = “I don’t see Dr Mengele as a morally bad guy. If he didn’t perform the experiments in the camps, then Hitler would kill him.”

    “I just thought you would like the Goku Black arc because the villains
    are hell bent on genocide and that seems to be your biggest pet peeve.” – that’s one of my issues with the character of Beerus. Since both the good guys and the villains are genocidal maniacs I wouldn’t find much of a difference. I have a long list of issues when it comes to Super – bullshit transformations, lazy art, out of character moments, cringe humour, retconning classic DBZ events and so on and so forth. In fact the inclusion of Super characters in the main roster of FighterZ made my decision to boycott the game that much easier, so I guess there is a positive side.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    tl;dr

  • Mr0303

    Ok.

  • Cubed Grapes

    “Don’t know who Xeno is”

    lol

  • Cubed Grapes

    Probably shouldn’t argue with people that don’t watch the show.

  • TheOnceAndFutureKing

    true

  • Mr0303

    What’s so funny? How can I know about a character that I’ve never seen since I dropped Super a long time ago?

  • Cubed Grapes

    It indicates you don’t know what your talking about. Might want to check the definition of genocide.

  • Mr0303

    “Genocide is intentional action to destroy a people (usually defined as an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group) in whole or in part.”

    Well, here it is. I find this definition completely workable.

  • Cubed Grapes

    Now where did you convince yourself genocide entails planetary destruction?

  • Mr0303

    It’s the other way around. Unless it is obvious once you destroy the planet you also kill its population. I thought this was obvious.

  • Cubed Grapes

    Then it’s hardly genocide when all life on given planet is killed indiscriminately.

  • Mr0303

    Yes it is. You kill all living things on that planet. If you prefer we can say that destroying a planet actually means committing multiple genocides since it kills all species on it, but my point stands.

  • Cubed Grapes

    “The systematic and planned extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group.” Sure it does.

  • Mr0303

    It absolutely does. Or are you saying that destroying one’s home is not a way to kill the entire population? Very strange logic to excuse mass murder.

  • Cubed Grapes

    Not excusing anything. Just pointing out that planetary destruction at the snap of a finger doesn’t equate to rounding up specific individuals, packing them like sardines to transport to a designated holding area, registering each individual with a serial number, confiscating all valuable belongings, and forcing said individuals into slave labor until death. But what do I know?

  • Mr0303

    At the snap of a finger you say, huh?

    Remember when Beerus visited that one planet and demanded their best meal? When he didn’t like it he destroyed their planet. Can you imagine being that chef? The one responsible for the killing of all his people, the destruction of his planet and everything living on it. This is psychological torture done by an uncaring sociopath. All the people on that planet were essentially lined up ready for their execution.

    How about the planet that didn’t have a proper civilisation? Once Beerus killed the dinosaur and didn’t like its meat he destroyed the planet with all the cavemen unable to do anything about it. This is quite similar to the Nazis eradicating retarded people. The cavemen were mentally deficient and haven’t developed enough of a culture to have a proper cuisine, so they were killed.

    Or maybe we should look at his interactions with the Saiyans? King Vegeta’s supposed arrogance of not giving him the best pillow led Beerus to the conclusion that all Saiyans are arrogant and greedy and deserve destruction. I guess Saiyans viewed themselves as the chosen people and brought that on themselves. I wonder where have I seen this before?

    “But what do I know?” – apparently not much.

  • Cubed Grapes

    Mr0303 called Jews “mentally deficient”

  • Mr0303

    No I didn’t. Do you lack the ability to read properly?

    Also, care to address the examples I gave? My bet is that you’ll continue to ignore them just like you did above.

  • Cubed Grapes

    It’s a cartoon. Why are you sweating fiction so hard?

  • Mr0303

    As predicted. Complete avoidance of the examples I provided.

  • Cubed Grapes

    You are genius

  • Mr0303

    Not really. You just wrote yourself into a corner.