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Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta floats away in this curious Dragon Ball FighterZ glitch

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • October 17, 2020 at 9:14 a.m. PDT • Comments: 2

Gameplay glitches will probably always be present in fighting games no matter how much they're tested, but at least those that show up in Dragon Ball FighterZ tend to be pretty amusing in what they do — as we previously saw with Nappa.

DBFZ player DeviiouZWayzNY recently shared his discovery of a bug for Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta, which is no exception to the entertaining rule, that ties into his godlike ki blasts in curious ways.

When performing Blue Vegeta's js2s (jumping special followed by down special), he can float off in strange angles if the opponent reflects his ki blasts.

The odd floating bug can seemingly change trajectory depending on his jump height and angle which can send Vegeta sailing almost straight up in some instances.

It's unclear what exactly is causing this unintended interaction to happen now, but it likely ties in with Vegeta's air ki blasts putting him into a temporary float state to toss both before hitting the ground which possibly gets extended because of the reflect.

Other players have reported Blue Vegeta can cause a similar float bug to happen by himself, but the reflect seems like the most consistent way to make it come out.

Yes, the character did shoot up in strength and popularity after the buffs he received in the Season 3.5 update, but this glitch likely won't help him in any way. It's more likely to be a detriment considering how unpredictable the float arcs appear to be.

There's a good chance this'll get patched out of the game in the next notable update, but until then, you can check out this interesting piece of Vegeta "tech" below.


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Another player in BLM|ShoYouMomo also created a hilarious edit of the glitch as well.


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