The website currently features silhouettes of two characters performing the Fusion Dance, the seven Dragon Balls with the first Dragon Ball lit up, and “2016 coming soon” teaser text.
Bandai Namco is also taking snail mail applications to create your own original fusion characters. A lottery will be held for everyone’s ideas to appear in both the game and manga. And one person will be selected to win a “Dragon Ball Z Extreme Heroes Double Pack” signed by Goku voice actress Masako Nozawa.
Update 3:34 a.m.: A Ganbarion blog post has revealed that the One Piece: Unlimited World Red developer is the studio behind Dragon Ball: Project Fusion. A new screenshot, pictured right, was also included.