Dragon Ball FighterZ Beta May Be Extended Following Widespread Network Issues
Over the last day, furious fists and ki blasts have been flying during the open beta for Dragon Ball FighterZ, giving players their first look at the game’s anime-style action. While there’s much fun to be had portraying everyone’s favorite characters in combat, one aspect that isn’t being taken happily is the number of issues plaguing the game’s unofficial first outing. Publisher Bandai Namco addressed the rough going of the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta in a recent post on Facebook.
The announcement confronts the problems had by gamers, saying that their team is working quickly to resolve the issues at hand. Though Bandai Namco confirm their team are working at full capacity to update the server, they anticipate that it may not be enough time before the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta ends in just a few days time. Because of this potential outcome, an extended version of the open beta has been considered by the publisher.
FighterZ,Thank you for playing the Open Beta of Dragon Ball FighterZ and your invaluable feedback.Our team is working…
The Dragon Ball FighterZ beta is still open worldwide for those who wish to still take part. While long matchmaking times and login issues are seemingly unworthy of the frustration for many, some may still want to stick out the glitches and focus on the beta’s positives while it remains open. Pending any extra days, the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta will last between January 14 to 15. The full game releases for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on January 26.
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