DRAGON BALL FighterZ
SS4 Gogeta
DRAGON BALL FighterZ
DRAGON BALL FighterZ

SS4 Gogeta

This fusion of Goku and Vegeta appears when both characters perform the Fusion Dance in their form of Super Saiyan 4. Gogeta has features of both original warriors — in his personality and fighting abilities. In DBFZ, he is a rushdown character with very powerful neutrals and devastating supers.Know more

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Biography

Goku and Vegeta are two of the most powerful characters in the Dragon Ball anime. Yeah, this universe has quite a few overpowered villains, but those two Super Saiyans can adapt to different foes and reach new levels of their exceptional abilities. One of the impressively effective weapons in their arsenal is Fusion that helps them combine abilities. If they perform a special Fusion Dance, a new superior warrior appears, Gogeta.

This character was introduced with the movie Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. Goku and Vegeta faced an awful monster Janemba and were absolutely unable to defeat him. Vegeta was against the fusion first, and this reluctance caused a minor mistake in the dance. The first attempt created an underpowered fusion. Then, with some help from one of the allies, Pikkon, they formed Gogeta and destroyed Janemba.

It’s not so easy to classify all the forms for Super Saiyans because the series has quite a few of them. And for the purposes of Dragon Ball FighterZ, such effort would definitely be excessive. You take a character, learn their abilities, and just enjoy fights (hopefully, victorious). One of those many forms is Super Siyan 4. To get it, Goku and Vegeta should be able to take their form of Golden Great Ape and still control their mind (just a few dozens of the anime episodes might help you understand this transformation a little bit better).

Anyways, Gogeta also has his Super Saiyan 4 form, and he participates in the FighterZ game as Gogeta SS4 (also having SSGSS, but that’s a different story). This form appeared in the anime Dragon Ball GT, where Goku and Vegeta had to fight Omega Shenron. They both were in the SS4 form, so Gogeta turned out to be slightly different in appearance and with different abilities. 

Gogeta combines the personality features of two basic characters (he even has two voices merged into one). He is confident and mostly silent, preferring defeating an enemy as fast as possible without prolonging battle to just enjoy it, as other Super Saiyans tend to do.

This character was added to the game with the FighterZ Pass 3, so Gogeta SS4 is absent from the story mode. 

Playstyle of Gogeta SS4 in DBFZ

This character is super strong at close- and medium-range fights. The archetype of Gogeta SS4 is rushdown, so you need to find a way to come close to your opponent and deal a massive amount of damage. Gogeta SS4 has absolutely impressive neutrals and devastating super moves. If you fight against this character, it might be a good idea to risk and prevent Gogeta SS4 from reaching Level 7 and get access to the instantly killing option 100x Big Bang Kamehameha.

Gogeta SS4 is the only character in DBFZ with the double air dash ability, which opens many opportunities for the players. Weaknesses of this fighter include his range (Gogeta SS4 struggle in matches against zoners), limited Assist selection, and difficulties of using Finish Sign to reach Level 7.

Attacks and Moves for Gogeta SS4 in Dragon Ball FighterZ

8-Way directional Inputs:

  • 1 — Down Back
  • 2 — Down
  • 3 — Down Forward
  • 4 — Back
  • 5 — Standing
  • 6 — Forward
  • j — Jumps
  • 7 — Up Back
  • 8 — Up
  • 9 — Up Forward

6 Attack Notations:

  • L — Light
  • M — Medium
  • H — Heavy
  • S — Special
  • A1 — Z Assist 1
  • A2 — Z Assist 2

DBFZ | Gogeta SS4 — Basic Attacks

  • 5L a relatively high jab. It can be used as a check after a blocked superdash
  • 5LL Gogeta hits with another hand, affecting even opponents behind him
  • 5LLL — an excellent anti-air option with side swapping
  • 5M — a quick kick with a decent range
  • 5H — Gogeta reaches surprisingly far with this kick
  • 5S this projectile has advantage over all the other ki blast attacks in the game
  • 2L — a crouching punch, 0 on block, middle 
  • 2M a low attack, punishable at a close range
  • 2H — an uppercut attack, Gogeta moves far forward
  • 6M a high kick
  • 6H Saiyan Kick. It hits very high and has good follow-ups. The variations are 6H~6H (overhead) and 6H~3H (hits a bit lower).
  • 6S — Finish Sign. It’s a cancelable taunt that gains levels. Gogeta stays still, and to be safe, you can cancel it to Vanish pretty early. At Level 7, Gogeta SS4 can use 100x Big Bang Kamehameha.
  • j.L a knee hit
  • j.M a very effective air-to-air kick
  • j.H a powerful kick in the air
  • j.S a bit tricky projectile whilst in the air, it’s better to be used in combos
  • j.2H — an air launcher, very fast

DBFZ | Gogeta SS4 — Special Moves

  • 236L/M/H — Lightning Hammer. It crashes the opponent’s projectiles.
  • 214L/M/H — Meteor Strike. Gogeta SS4 performs a powerful overhead attack.
  • 236S — Bluff Kamehameha. Instead of shooting Kamehameha, Gogeta SS4 performs a far-reaching command grab. On a hit, it switches sides.
  • 214S — Punisher Guard. It’s a very good defensive tool. It doesn't work against ki blasts, beams, command grabs, and Dragon Rush.
  • 22S — Plus Energy of Justice. Gogeta SS4 surrounds himself with a protecting energy field.

DBFZ | Gogeta SS4 — Z Assists 

  • Assist A — Finish Sign.
  • Assist B — Lightning Hammer.
  • Assist C — Plus Energy of Justice.

DBFZ | Gogeta SS4 — Super Moves

  • 236L+M — Ultimate Impact. This finishing move is much more effective with high levels. 
  • 214L+M — Ultra Big Bang Kamehameha. Gogeta SS4 deals impressive damage with this energy beam after gaining levels.
  • 214H+S — x100 Big Bang Kamehameha. It’s an instantly killing attack, but it can be used only at Level 7.

Key Information

First Manga Appearance of Gogeta: “Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission”; September 2012.

First Anime Appearance of Gogeta: Dragon Ball GT, Episode 13: "Super Saiyan 4 Fusion"; October 22, 1997.

First Game Appearance of Gogeta: Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22; July 28, 1995.

Dragon Ball FighterZ introduction: 5th character of the FighterZ Pass 3; March 12, 2021.

Availability: DLC

Original Characters

Another form of Gogeta