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Fixes for Dragon Ball FighterZ's online issues inbound, producer Tomoko Hiroki shares the road map for patches

Two patches scheduled, one as soon as this month

Posted by Steven 'Dreamking23' Chavez • February 22, 2018 at 7:12 a.m. PST • Comments: 83

Fixes for Dragon Ball FighterZ's online issues are on the way, Bandai Namco announced this morning.

In a new video featuring producer Tomoko Hiroki, the company unveiled their road map for the upcoming patches. There will be two updates: one in late February and the next in mid to late March.

Hiroki notes that not all issues may be resolved with the implementation of the first patch, so the company aims to gradually make the fixes over the course of the two updates.

"Rest assured that we will not stop until the fix has been completed," Hiroki said.

Since launch, players have been reporting matchmaking struggles in Ring Match. There have also been consistent disconnects from lobbies.

Dragon Ball FighterZ has been very well received by the community and by critics. However, the major complaint about the 3v3 fighting title has definitely been its online experience.

There are eight DLC characters headed to DBFz, and we recently learned that Broly and Bardock are the first two being released. If you missed the first in-game look at them, be sure to check it out here.

Source: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe. Mentioned by ParabolaBeam and FrozenFacade.

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