Yesterday, January 14, 2018, a super fight Dragon Ball FighterZ opened the Open Beta as a final test before the game officially launches on the next 26th. However, contrary to the expectations of both Bandai Namco and the fan community, the game encountered quite serious problems with transmission and match arrangement.
When all gamers are excitedly logging into the server that Bandai Namco prepares for the Open Beta version of Dragon Ball FighterZ, many of them will be “rejected” by a cold line: “failed to initialize network.” (rough translation: connection error). Not stopping there, for those who are lucky enough to log into the game and excitedly press the search button to find a match, they encounter an even more annoying problem, which is that there is no match to welcome them. In other words, their matchmaking process lasted…infinite.
It seems that the above two serious errors are not enough… serious, some other gamers also shared that every time they win a match, they will immediately be “crash” with a blue screen. Of course, for a lot of people, these gamers are still lucky, because at least they got to… play the game.
Before these serious errors, Bandai Namco immediately announced that it was looking for a fix, and hoped that gamers would patiently wait for the nearest fix update. However, it seems that Bandai Namco has not found the cause of the above problems, so it has announced one more sentence to be sure: “In case the above problems cannot be fixed in a short time, The Open Beta period will be extended.”
The announcement above may seem like good news at first, as it means fans around the world will have more time to experience the Open Beta version of Dragon Ball FighterZ (especially for those who don’t know what to expect). no error). However, when you think about it, it also means that Bandai Namco can’t fix the bug in the short term, and will most likely affect the time that the game launches on January 26. And this is certainly sad news. Of course, whether we are sad or happy, we can only rely on the staff of Bandai Namco.
Currently, the Open Beta version of Dragon Ball FighterZ is playable online on PS4 and Xbox One. Gamers can confront each other through the matchmaking system. With this Open Beta version, the game has 7 arenas and 11 characters to choose from, including: Super Saiyan Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Frieza, Cell, Kid Buu, Krillin, Piccolo, Nappa, Android 18 and Beerus. A number of other characters such as Bardock and Brody are also on the list to appear in the next DLC.
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