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Dragon Ball FighterZ Gets Cooler at EVO 2018

A new warrior.

News by Matt Kim, .

Following the final match of the inaugural Dragon Ball FighterZ championship at EVO 2018, Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki revealed a new trailer announcing that Cooler will be joining the game as a new warrior.

The new Dragon Ball FighterZ trailer showed off Cooler, the brother of Dragon Ball Z villain Frieza. The new trailer showed off scenes of Base Goku and Base Vegeta fighting one another, before switching over to reveal Cooler. Check out the trailer below.

Dragon Ball FigtherZ held its first ever EVO championship this year where the game surpassed 250,000 viewers to become the most viewed game in EVO history. Dragon Ball FighterZ also briefly overtook Fortnite as the most watched game on Twitch thanks to the championship match between Dominique "SonicFox" McLean and Goichi "GO1" Kishida.

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  • Avatar for AceOfCakez #1 AceOfCakez 15 days ago
    Super Shredder is in DBZ?!?!? PogChamp
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  • Avatar for odaiba-memorial #2 odaiba-memorial 15 days ago
    I know it's pedantic, but as someone who has always watched Dragon Ball subbed, I will always have complex feelings about Funimation's localizers choosing to translate the names as Frieza and Cooler rather than the intended Freeza and Coola. First they try to Americanize a name that is already literally based on an English word, and then they apparently miss the idea that his brother is meant to follow the same naming convention. Even if they had changed the name to "Coula" or something, that would have at least adhered to their own weird alternate spellings. But as it stands, it comes off like they took names from two different countries' localizations, except both of those localizations got them wrong in different ways.

    In any case, as long as US materials continue to spell it as "Frieza," I will continue to pronounce it "Fry-za" as my own small, obnoxious form of protest.Edited 2 times. Last edited 2 weeks ago by odaiba-memorial
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