Dragon Ball Fighter Z Will Get An Update For Matchmaking And Lobby Disconnection Issues

Dragon Ball Fighter Z publisher Bandai Namco has shared the roadmap for the upcoming updates that they are planning for Dragon Ball Fighter Z. The first priority for them is to fix the matchmaking issues in the ‘Ring Match’ along with the disconnections that the player can face in a lobby.

This was revealed in a video by the series producer where she confirmed the updates that will be released in the coming days. The first update is due to arrive soon and it will try to fix most of the issues with the multiplayer, however the producer clarifies that it might not be able to fix it, so they will launch another update later in March to attempt to fix the remaining set of issues.

Dragon Ball Fighter Z launched at the end of January and was generally received well by fans and critics alike. However, the game suffered from poor matchmaking in online matches including issue with joining multiplayer lobbies or forming a ‘Ring Match’ with others. While Bandai Namco has now acknowledged these issues, hopefully they can resolve it soon as well.

Dragon Ball Fighter Z is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game was developed by Arc System Works and published by Bandai Namco.

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