Since the moment it was announced, Dragon Ball FighterZ has been on the tips of many players tongues. Developed by Arc Systems, the game wasn’t just flashy, it was deep, and it truly felt like the anime had come to life in the video game. Because of that, the game became one of the must-have titles in 2018, so, when it launched last month, it was an instant hit. But, just because it sold well, doesn’t mean its done development wise, as the game still needs some fixing.
To their credit, Bandai Namco has been good about rolling out the updates, and they’re going to be bringing another update to the title before the months is through. So, on the official Dragon Ball FighterZ website, they laid the groundwork for the update:
“Thank you to everyone who has been enjoying Dragon Ball FighterZ. We’d like to announce the contents of the late February update to the game. (Once the update is out, because of changes to the battle system, replay data from the older version will be incompatible, so please be aware of this).”
As for what will be added via the patch, Party Match will be put into the game, and Arcade Mode will be altered to ensure it’s more “convenient” to players. Speaking of convenience, you will be able to choose the destination of the next match from the Results screen instead of having to back out and then select it. Finally, the controller you use will now vibrate when an opponent for your has been found when you’re searching for one in Ring Match, Casual Match or Ranked Match.
There will also be improvements to the game flow, how online works in the game and more. Plus, with new DLC characters Broly and Bardock coming, you can expect more changes on the horizon.