Anime fans comment on the partnership between Dragon Ball and Free Fire on all social networks.
FREE FIRE X DRAGON BALL: ARE THE RUMORS ABOUT THE NEW COLLABORATION PARTNERSHIP TRUE?
Free Fire has already shown that it is for great partnership collaborations. In recent months, Garena's Battle Royale has featured content from major franchises in the entertainment world, such as La Casa de Papel , Netflix's hit series and One-Punch Man , one of the great anime of recent years. In addition, world football star Cristiano Ronaldo has also joined the mobile video game and has his own character.
But things are not going to stay that way. Next March, Free Fire will have a collaboration with Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), the anime series of the moment, which is currently in its last season. What started as a rumor in the final months of 2020 has now come true.
With these last two great partnerships with the anime world, many fans are asking, is it possible for a collaboration between Free Fire and Dragon Ball ? Even on social networks, many even asked for the union of the two franchises, in what would undoubtedly be a "bomb" for the mobile title.
It is speculated that Garena tried to bring Goku to Free Fire but there was no response from Bandai, which is why today we can see that special hair that changes color as soon as you put on a helmet, that would be part of Goku's original set.
For now, there is no statement from Garena confirming these rumors, but recently the company released a questionnaire within the game asking players which partnerships they would like to see in Battle Royale, including Naruto, Dragon Ball, Pokémon and Knights of the Zodiac.
If such a collaboration were ready, it would be announced with great fanfare. In addition, for this crossover, if possible, negotiations would be with Bandai, a company that holds Dragon Ball rights for video games, toys and merchandising in general. Because it is the franchise that generates the most revenue, it must be very expensive to obtain.
So far, Dragon Ball characters have only collaborated with other titles that belong to the same family; For example, Jump Force, J-Stars Victory Vs or Famicom: Jump Hero Summary, all distributed by Bandai and the theme of these titles has been anime, with several characters belonging to Shueisha, the publisher of this franchise and others like Naruto, One Piece and Dragon Quest, among others; which makes it harder for us to see Goku fighting on the Bermuda map .
A collaboration between Free Fire and Dragon Ball looks complicated, but it's not impossible. Who knows and then they might surprise us with an ad of this caliber. Would you like to see this crossover? Don't forget to leave us your comments.