Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission coming west for Switch and PC on April 5

Western release adds PC version.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission

Bandai Namco will release Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission for Switch and PC in the Americas and Europe on April 5, the company announced.

In Japan, the game will launch for Switch on April 4.

Here is an overview of the game, via Bandai Namco:

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission takes place in Hero Town, an alternate reality where a Dragon Ball card game is the most popular form of entertainment.

Take on the role of Beat, the protagonist of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, and follow his journey to become the world champion of Super Dragon Ball Heroes. However, when the antagonists from the virtual game world appear in Hero Town and start wreaking havoc, Beat jumps into the game world and teams up with famous Dragon Ball characters to restore peace in the real world.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is a card battle game featuring fighters from across all the Dragon Ball universes, transformations never seen before, and a brand-new character designed by Toyotarou, the mangaka (manga creator) of Dragon Ball Super. The game will feature a gigantic roster with 350 fighters available, and over 1,000 collectible cards.

If you missed it, read up on the game’s online battles here, and story and Original Mission mode here.

Watch the announcement trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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