The team is open to criticism and consists of enthusiasts, with Jun Furutani himself being a big fan.
The local split-screen mode will ultimately not be available, not due to the developers, but because of issues related to Sony and Microsoft, making split-screen adaptation complicated. They are trying to find a solution, but for now, there won't be split-screen.
This wouldn't be the first time such a situation has occurred; the situation may still evolve, with the team being aware of the demand. Developers mentioned that adapting games to the Xbox Series S is particularly challenging.
Characters from Dragon Ball GT will be included, possibly in the base roster or as DLC. The game will also include fusions (Gogeta, Vegito, Gotenks).
There is no precise release date at the moment. The team is working on the game and wants to avoid rushing to release an incomplete game. They are taking their time, considering a release in late 2024 or 2025.
A complete story mode will be present, following and evolving from Tenkaichi 3.
Graphics have been improved compared to the trailers already seen. The graphics team, even better, has addressed criticisms regarding hair, for example.
Outfits can deteriorate during fights, and fights are designed to be longer than the old ones.
The game's cover art is already ready and follows the style of the old drawings, potentially those of Nakatsuru.
Several other trailers will be released in the coming months, each showcasing new features.
Characters from Dragon Ball movies will be included, possibly up to Gohan Beast.
Special effort is being put into backgrounds for a better immersion, as the human eye is more receptive to immersion through backgrounds.
The team is very attentive to the community on Twitter and through emails to improve the game with feedback. Ryo Mito himself has asked to gather feedback from around the world. Constructive feedback is particularly appreciated.