"Dragon Ball Super [VIDEO]" is getting more interesting as it comes close to its end. Episode 129 of the series featured one of the best fights of the whole Survival arc, with ultra instinct Goku and Jiren going toe-to-toe until Goku masters his new form.

Vegeta versus Belmod

Goku and Jiren may have been fighting with punches and kicks, but the clash between Vegeta and Belmod [VIDEO] occurred when the cocky God of Destruction of Universe 11 said that Goku’s incomplete Ultra-Instinct form is just a mere attempt of the fighter to delay his defeat. However, the Prince of All Saiyans was irritated after hearing this statement.

When Belmod mentioned that Goku has yet to master his new form, Vegeta said that jumping to conclusions so soon is an ungodly thing and that Goku will quickly master this new form as well because Saiyans have broken their limits repeatedly in the limited time of Tournament of Power.

This reply to Belmod proved that the Prince of All Saiyans is not scared of any God of Destruction after he defeated Toppo in the Tournament of Power.

Overpowered Goku

After Ultra Instinct Goku was pushed to the edge of the arena, he finally mastered his new form and flicked Jiren's powerful attack like it was nothing. In the preview of episode 130, it can be seen that a shirtless Jiren is going all-out against Goku's new form which hints towards a double KO and that Frieza might be the final winner.

New Game

"Dragon Balls'" presence has been soaring, this year and the previous one, with the release of new episodes of "Dragon Ball Super," and with the announcement of "Dragon Ball FighterZ" for multiple platforms.

But that's not all, a few days ago, a mysterious countdown appeared on Bandai Namco Entertainment's website. As of now, the site shows a countdown of 11 days, which means that the app will be unveiled on March 21. Little is known about the game at this time, but since it has been made by Bandai Namco, it is safe to assume that it is going to be a huge game.

The game was first announced on the official V-Jump Twitter page. The Twitter post also mentioned that the announcement would be broadcast via a NicoNico stream on March 2, at 8:00 PM Japan time. This announcement is said to be a must-see for all the "Dragon Ball" fans.

The app is said to be released in multiple regions, but there's no actual word about a worldwide release yet.

Currently, the app supports Japanese, English, French, German, Korean, and Traditional Chinese language.

The app will be a free-to-play game, just like most of the other Android and iOS apps, and it will also include micro-transactions.

Episode 130 of "Dragon Ball Super" will air on March 18 due to Nagoya Women's Marathon on March 11.