Dragon Ball FighterZ New Open Beta

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This second open beta round looks to be a way for Bandai Namco to make it up to open beta players who encountered difficulties logging in and playing during the first round, Along the way, the company also announced another new playable character joining the roster, according to Games Radar. An image that comes from someone who claims to have an early copy of the game and a question about where the item came from lead to the reveal of Loot Boxes in Dragon Ball FighterZ. When the topic came up about a lobby avatar, they revealed that the game features a loot box system for certain unlockables. If offline player vs. computer matches were available, more useful data could have been received by the developers, as more matches could have occurred; with or without any networking issues, human vs. computer matches can still help to identify game balance problems and exploits.

The fighting in Dragon Ball FighterZ is just as fun as it looks. By hitting the right trigger, players can use a special homing dash that'll avoid Ki attacks.

While the Twitter announcement did not clarify if the only changes from the previous beta were server-side, it did promise "improvements to the experience". Dragon Ball FighterZ seems to run like many other games with different types of currency. The primary goal of this beta was to stress-test the servers and ensure they would be prepared for the game's official release. But Bandai Namco seems to have confidence in the core gameplay itself.

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If Dragon Ball FighterZ connectivity issues are resolved, the game has a chance to attract both hardcore fighting players and longtime Dragon Ball Z fans.

Dragon Ball FighterZ is going to release on January 29, 2018, on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. When we were playing, everything was great, even if we were getting stomped most of the time.

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