For fans of Dragon Ball games on Nintendo, they seem to have to be patient because recently it was reported that Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden will only land on the Nintendo Switch through pre-order bonuses.
Reporting from the Nintendolife page on Monday (9/17/2018), Bandai Namco reportedly had no intention of making a classic fighting game available to the public on the latest Nintendo system.
When Nintendo Everything asked Bamco whether the 1993 game would be widely distributed in the future. Bandai Namco replied that the title of this game was a pre-order bonus only.
If you want to play this game then you must pre-order Dragon Ball FighterZ before the big launch on September 28th. Along with Super Butoden, those who pre-order games will also receive initial access to SSGSS Goku and Vegeta.
Dragon Ball Z was originally a Japanese TV animation series produced by Toei Animation, then was appointed as a game. The beginning aired on April 26, 1989 and ended on January 31, 1996.