It’s a real-time PVP powered by Google’s new tech
Bandai Namco has announced Dragon Ball Legends during a Google presentation at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
The new game uses Google’s new Cloud Platform to enable low-lag, player vs player combat that enables mobile devices to communicate at 150ms with a stable connection.
To demonstrate this, Bandai Namco had two employees battle it out in San Francisco and in Japan, the company’s HQ. From the footage it looks like they delivered on the promise.
As for actual gameplay, it’s been simplified to a point that anyone can pick up the game and play, and utilizes cards that triggers different types of attacks. Get the right combo, and your character will be able to perform high-damage attacks.
You can see it in the video above, right at the five hour and 43 mark.