Everything We Know About Dragon Ball Super’s New Piccolo Form

Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero is only a few weeks away at this point, and Piccolo is probably the most excited for its release. After all, the hero has been through a lot on the show, and fans have long pleaded for Piccolo to get a power boost. A recent Dragon Ball Super update confirmed such a freebie was coming, but as always, the announcement left more questions than answers.

Of course, that means there are tons of questions about Piccolo and his newfound power. There aren’t as many answers as fans would like these days, but they will come gradually as Dragon Ball Super approaching his big comeback date. But for now, we know a few things about Piccolo’s new form.

First, we have the name, and that’s quite telling. Dragon Ball Super confirmed in a tweet that Piccolo’s new form is called Potential Unleashed. This spelling is exactly the same in Japan as Gohan’s ultimate form, so fans are already interested in this connection.

After all, Gohan’s ultimate form is not something to sneeze at. It is considered the main hero power as it allows Gohan to unleash all of his dormant potential. Ultimate Gohan can then push past those limits to become even more powerful, so Piccolo could definitely use a power like this. It’s not related to anything with the Saiyans, so the Namekian can certainly learn how to access the state.

And of course, we know a little about what the form looks like on Piccolo. Potential Unleashed gives the Namekian a lighter green tint to the point that it is almost yellow-green. Her arms are also smoothing out and losing their lines as you can see above. These are the biggest visual changes the state brings to Piccolo so far, but there could be additional differences added once the Dragon Ball Super the film is online.

What do you think of Piccolo’s new form so far? Are you looking forward to the Namekian getting some Dragon Ball Super love? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or hit me up on Twitter @MeganPetersCB.

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