The game was shown off running on Xbox One X hardware and it looks incredibly slick. Footage has been uploaded of gameplay from the other system and it doesn’t look nearly as good, so take that as you will about the power of the Xbox One X.
Bandai’s hope with the Xbox One X version is that gamers won’t be able to tell the different between the 3D models and that of 2D animation the series is known for.
The game features 3 on 3 battles, allowing you to create combinations of characters that you would never see team-up in the anime.
The title will release early next year for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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