Dragon Ball FighterZ Update to Fix Rollback Netcode Issues

    These problems will be addressed within April

    Bandai Namco confirmed they will fix the rollback netcode in Dragon Ball FighterZ. This news comes from the official Dragon Ball Games’ X/Twitter page.

    A rollback netcode beta test was done last year to help developers understand what issues need fixing before the official release. Last month, the official rollback netcode update arrived to Dragon Ball FighterZ, exciting many players. However, many players on social media have been very vocal about the issues regarding the update. Bandai Namco caught wind of these concerns and took to X/Twitter to reveal more details.

    Major Rollback Netcode Fix Incoming for Dragon Ball FighterZ

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    The Dragon Ball FighterZ‘s development team is aware of players’ concerns regarding the rollback netcode. They aim to address these issues within April, so they ask for players’ patience. There is no confirmed release date for the fix, but we will inform players when Bandai Namco has an official announcement.

    To clarify, rollback netcode reduces the overall input lag and visual stuttering in online matches in fighting games. Dragon Ball FighterZ is one of the latest fighting games to implement this function. The netcode predicts the inputs and executes theme immediately, then corrects any discrepancies afterward for a smoother experience. However, only the PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game can benefit from the netcode update.

    Fans may also look forward to Dragon Ball: Sparking ZERO, the newest entry in the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi series. Dragon Ball Sparking ZERO brings a “historic” roster of characters, including newer fan-favorites from Dragon Ball Super. Thanks to Unreal Engine 5, Dragon Ball Sparking ZERO  features incredible visuals, dynamic effects, and in-game weather changes when transforming or charging ki

    Lastly, Dragon Ball FighterZ is available now for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S worldwide.

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