Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z: North America Demo Out, Europe Demo Confirmed 12/18

In North America, the Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z demo is out for the Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation 3, and Vita! As for Europe, Namco Bandai has confirmed their version of the demo will be out on Wednesday, December 18 (12/18) on all three platforms – PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Xbox 360.

The demo includes the first four missions from the story mode, four playable characters (Goku, Kid Gohan, Krillin and Piccolo), online co-op, and online team 4-vs-4 battle. Namco Bandai Europe confirms by playing the demo, players will be able to transfer some of their data to the full game after its release. This includes DP (Dragon Points), PP (Premium Points), mission progress, the four unlocked characters, cards, and log data. The demo, at least for the Japanese version, is around 931MB for PS3 and 746MB for Vita.

Take a look at gameplay from both the English and Japanese versions of the demo. The audio is actually Japanese in both of them, but the localized version has English text. North America’s demo does have English voices as an option.

How to find the game on the North American PlayStation Network

Story Mode (Japanese text)

Online (Japanese text)

Story Mode (English text)

Online (English text)

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is the latest game in the legendary DBZ series. It will host team-based combat with up to 8 players, including 4 on the same team. There will be up to 70 playable characters, three of which are DLC. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z is scheduled for release on on January 23, 2014, Europe on January 24, 2014, and North America on January 28, 2014.