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‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ DLC Update, New Characters: Is Janemba Going to be Point or Anchor?
Last week, Microsoft’s Major Nelson accidentally leaked that Janemba will be the final character of “Dragon Ball FighterZ” latest DLC content. The gaffe happened during a segment of “This Week on Xbox,” specifically at the 3:10 mark, PCGamer reported.
Following the reveal, the “Dragon Ball FighterZ” community have been discussing how Janemba will translate into the game. Obviously, most of the dialogue is centered at the character’s gameplay, particularly where he’s going to fit in a team.
Judging by Janemba’s power, both in the films and other fighting games, it’s likely that he’s going to end up as either a point or anchor. It’s unlikely that he’s going to be supported in “Dragon Ball FighterZ” given that he’s been portrayed as a character that can dish out a tremendous amount of damage.
Battle fluidity is also one of the character’s most prominent moves thanks to his cube warp teleport, solidifying the point and anchor assumption. It’s still unclear which characters best suit Janemba in “Dragon Ball FighterZ” given that it’s still unknown what his moves are going to be.
Personally, I think he’ll be an anchor based on the fact that he’s a remarkably strong warrior in the film “Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn.” Anchor characters can basically take out a whole team by themselves, which fit Janemba perfectly.
However, a point position is also possible since he doesn’t need a lot of power-ups to be able to open up the opposing team. His sword attacks paired with his cloning abilities and cube warp teleport can easily provide all sorts of headache for the enemy early on the game without accumulating meters. Whatever the case, Janemba is set to provide “Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn” with yet another refreshing gameplay.
As for his form, it’s more than likely that he’ll take the Super Janemba transformation as Base Janemba wouldn’t make any sense in “Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn.” Hopefully, this character will be as fun as Kid Goku to play with. Regarding its release date, there’s still no confirmation on this front either, although it’s being speculated he’ll arrive on June 12 at the start of E3 2019.