If Majin Vegeta joins Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 3 as a DLC character here's how he could play

Globku gives us a speculative breakdown

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • June 29, 2020 at 8:55 a.m. PDT | Comments: 29

Dragon Ball FighterZ Season 3 still has three DLC characters coming that have yet to be revealed. We've seen Dragon Ball Super's Kefla and Ultra Instinct Goku join the ranks, but in terms of who's left we've only seen fan speculation so far.

One character that has a good chance of making the cut is Majin Vegeta from the Dragon Ball Z series, and Globku recently put together a video discussing how the character could play if he were added to Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Globku gives us a breakdown of potential attacks Majin Vegeta could have in DBFZ, and more importantly, how he could differ from Super Saiyan Vegeta, Base Form Vegeta, and Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta.

For those unaware, Majin Vegeta is the result of Babidi taking control of Vegeta's mind. With all of the anguish festering inside of Vegeta, the Saiyan is able to tap into incredible power, and by succumbing to Babidi's control is able to properly harness his newfound strength.

On the normals front, Globku feels that Majin Vegeta's would stay fairly similar to the other forms of Vegeta. In the source material, this version of Vegeta fights using familiar techniques, including lots of elbows and knees, though he does perform unique attacks such as grabbing hold of an opponent's limb and striking them from up close.

One interesting trait that Globku points out is the fact that powered-up characters in the series can typically perform their biggest attacks from earlier on with ease. With this in mind, maneuvers like Galick Gun and Final Flash could be relegated to Majin Vegeta's special moves instead.

Another potential special move could come in the form of Majin Vegeta's ki traps. The Saiyan creates yellow rings of energy that act as handcuffs and lock the opponent down, which Globku thinks could be a move that sends the opponent to the corner if it should connect.

There's a lot more to see here, so be sure to check out the breakdown below.

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