Bandai Namco have announced that Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission will be coming to Nintendo Switch and PC on 5th April. The game takes place in Hero Town, an alternate reality where a Dragon Ball card game is the most popular form of entertainment. Players take on the role of Beat and follow his journey to become the world champion of Super Dragon Ball Heroes. However, when the villains 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 – Announcement Trailer
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