Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero Looks to Have Already Made Some Improvements Since the Last Trailer, and Fans are Taking Notice

As if Sparking Zero couldn't get any better, the visuals have gotten even crispier.


  • Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero dazzles fans with continuous visual improvements, sparking discussions and excitement across social media.
  • Spike Chunsoft's dedicated approach to perfecting the game's graphics is garnering praise from fans.
  • The confirmed character roster for Sparking Zero, featuring iconic and fan-favorite characters, fuels community anticipation and speculation.
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The hype for Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero seems to know no limits, as each teaser and snippet captures the undivided attention of an eager fanbase. The absence of leaks has only intensified the anticipation, with the community uniting to embrace every new piece of content teased.


Recently, fans have been quick to spot and praise the subtle yet impactful visual enhancements that have been made to the game, adding another layer of excitement to the collective experience.

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero is Taking its Time to Get it Right

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero's visuals have been updated, and fans couldn't be happier
Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero‘s visuals have been updated, and fans couldn’t be happier.

Since its initial announcement, Sparking Zero has been a heightened point of discourse for fans of the Dragon Ball series. Eagerly awaiting the chance to step into the shoes of their favorite characters once again, recent glimpses of the game have only intensified fans’ anticipation.


One aspect that has captured the community’s attention is the evident improvement in the game’s visuals with every clip. Spike Chunsoft is continuously improving the graphics and gameplay to create a better experience for players, and the community has taken notice.

Fans have been expressing appreciation for the improvements, with social media platforms buzzing with discussions about the game’s evolution.


There’s no shortage of tweets praising the enhanced graphics. One user said:

Bro every time I see screenshots shots that are official, this game’s always looking better, please save us sparking zero

Another user expressed some strong feelings about the visual changes.


They are cooking. These changes are welcomed. they can take their time making it the best it possibly can. I’m in no rush. This game will certainly be historic

Considering how much care Spike Chunsoft is giving the game, the final product is bound to wow minds across the community.

Sparking Zero’s Roster is an Amalgamation of Fan Favorites

The roster for Sparking Zero is stacked, and fans hope to see more iconic characters tag along
The roster for Sparking Zero is stacked, and fans hope to see more iconic characters tag along.

As the excitement builds, the roster of characters joining the new fighting game has become a major point of discourse.

Currently, these are the characters confirmed by an official Bandai Namco blog post:

  • Goku (Z – Early)
  • Goku (Z – Mid)
  • Goku (Z – Mid), Super Saiyan
  • Goku (Z – End)
  • Goku (Z – End), Super Saiyan
  • Goku (Z – End), Super Saiyan 2
  • Goku (Z – End), Super Saiyan 3
  • Goku (Super)
  • Goku (Z – Mid), Super Saiyan
  • Goku (Super), Super Saiyan God
  • Goku (Super), Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan
  • Vegeta (Z – Scouter)
  • Great Ape Vegeta
  • Vegeta (Z – Early)
  • Vegeta (Z – Early), Super Saiyan
  • Super Vegeta
  • Vegeta (Z – End)
  • Vegeta (Z – End), Super Saiyan
  • Vegeta (Z – End), Super Saiyan 2
  • Majin Vegeta
  • Vegeta (Super)
  • Vegeta (Super), Super Saiyan
  • Vegeta (Super), Super Saiyan God
  • Vegeta (Super), Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan

According to the roster featured in one of the game’s trailers, we’re also getting Yamcha, Hercule, Jiren, Krillin, and a bunch more.

Unfortunately, the wait continues for the fully fleshed-out roster. Which iconic Dragon Ball characters are you hoping to join the arena? Let us know in the comments below!


Written by Vibha Hegde

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Vibha is an avid gamer that has been in the content writing space for over three years. With a Bachelors in Computer Applications, Vibha chooses to explore their passion for pop culture and gaming. When not hunkered over a controller trying to beat the Demon of Hatred in Sekiro, you can find Vibha relaxing to jazz during a digital painting session.