Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission ‘Feature Video #3: Story’

Play as a boy with dreams of becoming a Super Dragon Ball Heroes champion.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission

The third video feature for Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission introduces the story, in which you play as a boy with big dreams of becoming a Super Dragon Ball Heroes champion in Hero Town.

If you missed the previous features, they focused on battle gameplay and game modes.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Bandai Namco:

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, players will be able to build powerful decks featuring over 350 Dragon Ball heroes and 1,000-plus cards to unlock and use on the field of battle. Players will also be able to save up to 50 customized decks to take-on any situation or opponent. With experience and knowledge gained through play, players will learn the secret to combining certain cards to unlock Ultimate Unit Attacks to devastate enemies.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission will is due out for Switch on April 4 in Japan, and for Switch and PC on April 5 in the Americas and Europe.

Watch the video below.

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