Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero trailer

Switch Beyblade game due out on October 25 in Japan.

Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero

FuRyu has released an official trailer for Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero.

Here are a few key points about the game, via our previous coverage:

  • Enjoy super intense Beyblade battles whether you’re at home or on the go with Switch. Beys are realistically reproduced on Switch, and their movement is higher intensity than ever before.
  • Use the Joy-Cons to shoot Beys like you would in real life. The Joy-Con (L) becomes the launcher. Decide the position and angle at which you want to hold, fixate, and shoot. The Joy-Con (R) becomes the winder. Pull it back behind your left hand and shoot! When the Beys in play collide with each other, the battle will break out. Shake your Joy-Cons to send the Bey your power and defeat the opponent’s Bey.
  • Over 40 characters will appear, including Aiga, Valt, and many others. Enjoy dream matches in the game.
  • Over 50 types of Beys will appear. The latest Beys are also included in the game. Of course, you can even customize your Beys.

Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero is due out for Switch on October 25 in Japan.

Watch the trailer below.

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