Super Dragon Ball Heroes, the promotional anime in view of the Dragon Ball establishment, all the more explicitly the arcade round of the same name that debuted on July 1, 2018. Despite the fact that the arrangement is given a few exchange situations and potential results inside the establishment, it happens after Dragon Ball Super, and the latest film adaptation Dragon Ball Super: Broly.
The series adapted two arc from the first games, it appears as though the last skirmish of this promotional anime arrangement has at long last gravitated toward as Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta and the remainder of the multiverse’s safeguards ward off the villainous Godslayer Hearts. This was affirmed by the following episode’s title, which prods a significant end.
Following episode of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes anime is the 19th one. The episode as shared by @DBSChronicles on Twitter is titled “A Perfect Conclusion! The Outcome of the Universal Conflict!” and its release date is confirmed for January 9, 2020 in Japan.
Super Dragon Ball Heroes anime‘s official description is:
‘Following the events of Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Goku and Vegeta were supposed to be joined in their training on Beerus‘s planet by Future Trunks after he and Future Mai have returned to the present timeline in their time machine. Future Mai reveals that Future Trunks was captured by an unknown force, and a mysterious figure named Fu confirms that Future Trunks is held on the Prison Planet, a place under the control of Frieza‘s brother Cooler. Goku and Vegeta reach the planet with Future Mai, encountering their Time Patrol counterparts Xeno Goku and Xeno Vegeta who were sent to retrieve Fu before they are all attacked by a Saiyan criminal named Cunber. The resulting fight against Cunber destabilizes the planet, with Fu escaping capture as Cooler followed, the heroes managing to escape the self-destructing planet with Xeno Goku and Xeno Vegeta returning to their reality. But the event would be revealed to have been part of plan conducted by Hearts, who recruited Cunber and four other inmates (including a cyborg version of Zamasu) for his goal to eliminate Zeno and his alternate counterpart.’
The arrangement was met with blended responses from devotees of the establishment, as some felt that its status as a limited time include for the game left them with poor affections for it, while others truly delighted in the storyline and animation. Thanasis Karavasilis of MANGA.TOKYO felt positive about it, expressing that fanatics of the arrangement ought to at any rate appreciate the battle scenes. He likewise communicated that the animation was what ought not out of the ordinary from a Dragon Ball arrangement.