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New Nappa freeze bug causes Dragon Ball FighterZ action to come to a screeching halt

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • October 15, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. PDT • Comments: 4

While the majority of play right now is fueled by the excitement of exploration and new findings, not all is perfectly well in the world of Dragon Ball FighterZ as it seems there's a new bug developers will want to deal with sooner rather than later.

This new fly in the ointment was highlighted by a player named GodGenis, and sees Nappa become completely frozen in place after using his Giant Storm super attack.

We're not exactly sure what the specific key to making this happen is, but GodGenis gives us two examples of it happening during the clashing of supers between Beerus, UI Goku, and Nappa.

In both instances the sequence starts with Beerus Ball (with Beerus on the same team as Nappa and opposite UI Goku) which is then followed by a UI Goku level 3 Silver Dragon Flash and then the final Nappa Giant Storm.

After the resulting explosion from Nappa's attack, the bald Saiyan holds fast in place still posed with his two fingers up in the air. While in this bugged out state he seems to be invulnerable to projectiles and super attacks, but will be knocked out of it and return to normal if hit with a normal attack.

This isn't the first time we've had issues with Nappa in DBFZ as earlier this year we reported on the Saiyan character's 'ghost' bug. You can see both examples of this new freeze glitch by clicking the thumbnail here:

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