Dragon Ball FighterZ Unsolved Mysteries: Z Stamps appear to actually clue us in to what to likely expect for Season 3 shows Rooflemonger

Are we getting the same amount of characters as Season 2?

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • January 12, 2020 at 10:46 a.m. PST

No one knows for sure that Dragon Ball FighterZ will be receiving a third season of content this year, but all signs within the game seem to be pointing towards almost certainty.

Apparently, on top of the other evidence, there's been a bit of a conspiracy theory floating around the DBFZ community that has gained some more traction recently tied to the number of Z Stamps in the game — or more importantly which ones are missing.

Fighting game Content creator Rooflemonger released a video this morning going over the Z Stamp theory and how many characters he feels it means we're likely to see in Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 3.

If you log on to the game now and have every stamp currently available, you'll find the sets end at number 289, but that's not what's important.

Looking at the end of the Season 2 stamps with Broly, it ends at number 228... and the next one after that is number 250. That's a gap of 22 slots of nothing.

Rooflemonger also notes that almost every DLC character for FighterZ has four unique stamps though some like Android 17 only have three. Dividing that 22 up between three and four stamp characters points to the likelihood of four characters with four stamps each plus two more with three stamps.

That number would end up as six characters in total which is the exact same as we got for Season 2 between Jiren, Videl, Kid Goku, Janemba, Gogeta and Super Broly while Season 1 had eight.

This discovery seems to go hand in hand with some previous reports we've seen about data added to the game for a new Dramatic Finish for Goku and Frieza versus Jirernplus some code in files apparently referring to a potential Season 3.

Ultimately, however, we're still in the realm of speculation here since the often volatile nature of video game development leaves tons of planned or produced content never making it into titles no matter how certain it seems at the time.

If there is a third season of content coming to DBFZ, it will almost assuredly be announced at the Dragon Ball FighterZ World Tour Finals 2020 taking place February 8–9 in Paris, France like Bandai Namco did for Season 2.

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