Bandai Namco appeared at Google's Game Developers Conference this past weekend and introduced the first visuals for their mobile Dragon Ball game. Entitled Dragon Ball Legends, the game will be available for both Apple and Android phones and devices. The anime based game is a fighting entry, much like  Dragon Ball Z: Budokai and Tenkaichi. Legends is a 3v3 fighter, but only one person can control the team of up to three characters. Playable characters include Goku, Piccolo, Nappa, Vegeta, Frieza, and Pan. The 3D game looked crisp and colorful at the conference, and now Bandai Namco has released an official trailer. 

Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama stated that the almost concluded Dragon Ball Super series will continue on in movie form this Winter, and he also teased a new foe. The new foe was also shown briefly in a teaser trailer for the movie, and he also appears in the trailer for Dragon Ball Legends. Masterfully shaded graphics give the mobile game a polished arcade look, and the environments seem just as vast as their console counterparts.

PvP mode for the game will be available worldwide when the entry drops this Summer. Players from around the world will be able to battle at any time, as long as they have data. Worldwide play is powered by Google‘s Cloud Platform technology.