Bandai Namco Fun Live event schedule released, no Tekken 7, Soul Calibur 6 or Dragon Ball FighterZ listed

There is Gundam Vs. and Jump Force though

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • July 15, 2020 at 6:19 a.m. PDT | Comments: 21

Yesterday, Bandai Namco announced their new Fun Live show taking place later this month where the company plans to show off what's going on and what's coming to a bunch of their games. Now we appear to know its contents for the most part.

The full Fun Live schedule has seemingly been posted to Bandai Namco Taiwan's website though there's no listings for Tekken 7, Soul Calibur 6 or Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Fun Live will apparently be run every day from July 17–24 where only around half of the days will include live broadcasted streams with well over a dozen games to show.

For fighting game fans, there's perhaps a couple games of interest with Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost ON and Jump Force appearing on multiple days where the latter will probably receive more Season Pass 2 reveals.

No Tekken or Soul Calibur on the list likely means we'll be waiting until at least August to learn more about what's coming next to those series though there's still hope for Dragon Ball.

Bandai Namco will also be holding a different event called Play Anime Live later this month too which will focus on anime license-based titles though strangely Jump Force, Gundam, Sword Art Online, Captain Tsubasa and Doraemon games are set to be shown at Fun Live.

We know there's going to be more DBFZ and Soul Calibur 6 announcements sometime in the near future considering both titles are in the middle of their current season passes. Ultra Instinct Goku's been available for almost two months while Haohmaru is approaching the four month mark soon.

Tekken 7 doesn't have anything left that's been publicly revealed, but the game's producer did confirm their team did have something in the works to show at EVO Online 2020 before it was canceled and has left them trying to figure out the best way to show it now.

There is still a chance these announcements could be thrown in a surprise reveals for Fun Live, but it's probably not best to get our hopes up now when everything else is already listed out for what's going to be present.

You can find the full schedule for Bandai Namco Entertainment's Fun Live event below in English thanks to Coryoon.

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