Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero’s Next Trailer Has Been Pieced Together, and It’s Going to Be a Big One

The next Budokai Tenkaichi seems to be going all out.

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero's Next Trailer Has Been Pieced Together, and It's Going to Be a Big One

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  • Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero has been featured in V Jump magazine.
  • There has been a potential tease regarding the next trailer for the game.
  • Its theme could be Power vs. Speed, and fans are trying to predict what it will include.
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Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero may be one of the most anticipated games for fans of the manga and anime, but it has a bigger responsibility resting on its shoulders. The Budokai Tenkaichi games from nearly two decades ago were some of the greatest DBZ experiences ever created, so following up on their quality and the legacy that they have left isn’t going to be easy.

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Bandai Namco has shared a couple of trailers for the fourth installment, but aside from the title, nothing else stands out as surprising.

However, the next Sparking Zero trailer may not be that far away, and fans have started speculating what it could include based on the potential theme for it.

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From Rivals to Power vs. Speed, Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero’s Next Trailer May Be Around the Corner

Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero's Rivals trailer may have been nostalgic, but the next one could be more surprising.
Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero‘s Rivals trailer may have been nostalgic, but the next one could be more surprising.

Similar to how the latest trailer for Dragon Ball: Sparking Zero was called Rivals and focused on Goku and Vegeta’s never-ending love-hate relationship, the next one seems to be following a different theme. According to a potential tease in the popular Japanese shonen anime and manga magazine V Jump, the upcoming trailer for the game could be called Power vs. Speed.

These may seem like two extremely vague terms and concepts, especially in the high-octane DB universe, but that has not stopped fans from making their own speculations about what the new footage could showcase.

Where the Rivals trailer took long-term Dragon Ball fans on a trip down memory lane, with just a couple of hints regarding content from Super, Power vs. Speed could show what makes Sparking Zero different from the classic Budokai Tenkaichi games.

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The word “Power” is written in red lettering, whereas “Speed” is in all blue, which was enough for someone to point out how the colors and terms could be referring to the ground-shattering final battle between Jiren and Goku in his Ultra Instinct form.

This could very well be the case since the game is set to include important sagas and characters from the Super series as well, which is something that the original Budokai Tenkaichi titles obviously could not do.

Vegeta and Goku Could Potentially Headline Yet Another Trailer

The upcoming Budokai Tenkaichi sequel could feature the Ultra Ego form of Vegeta from the Super manga.
The upcoming Budokai Tenkaichi sequel could feature the Ultra Ego form of Vegeta from the Super manga.

The speculative discussion naturally found a way to the Tenkaichi 4 subreddit, where a fan gave their own take about what Power vs. Speed could really mean.

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Although Goku has achieved his Ultra Instinct form in the Super anime, manga readers know that Vegeta has a similar one that has not been featured in the series yet.

Which could mean that Sparking Zero may include his amazing Ultra Ego form, and pitting the two ultimate forms of the dual protagonists in the next trailer may get the community even more hyped.

What do you suppose the next trailer will include? Let us know in the comments!

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