"Hit? Jiren? Alright - let's DO THIS!"
In the game, Gogeta knocks his opponent away before Jiren and Hit appear on either side of him, each warrior charging their respective attacks before releasing them together as a triple energy wave. With their opponent struggling to hold back the three blasts, the trio powers up even further to combine their techniques together in a massive blue energy wave that overcomes the foe's defenses. To finish the attack, Gogeta dashes through the wave, closing the distance to slam his fist into the opponent's chest, triggering a huge explosion and demolishing the opponent.
In the anime, Gogeta fires his Ultimate Kamehameha at his opponent first. Then, Hit and Jiren fly up on either side of him and add their energy to the attack while Gogeta increases its power, Hit's purple ki and Jiren's fiery ki swirling around the Kamehameha before fully assimilating into the blast and turning it a brilliant white, devastating the opponent.
When faced with Ultimate Godslayer Hearts's God Meteor, Gogeta uses his Ultimate Kamehameha to push back against the massive attack, before Hit and Jiren arrive to assist him. Their combined power drastically augments the Kamehameha to the point where it blasts straight through the God Meteor, leaving Hearts shocked and wondering if Goku and Vegeta (as Gogeta) have no limitations.
Video Game Appearances
The technique was named in Super Dragon Ball Heroes: Universe Mission 12, where it is Gogeta: UM’s Ultimate Unity.