Patches Incoming for Dragon Ball FighterZ

It’s no secret that the three-on-three fighting game, Dragon Ball FighterZ, has some issues with its net code. There’s plenty the game offers competitively but it doesn’t have all the features fans would want in an online experience. It’s still not unheard of for players to find themselves kicked out of a lobby upon finishing even a single-player arcade run. Additionally, there seem to be missing features in the game’s Ring Matches — the primary option for players to meet up and battle online with friends. Fortunately, Game Producer Tomoko Hiroki has a message for fans: patches are incoming to address these launch woes. For those who find the name sounds familiar, that may be because Hiroki is participating in Evo — the year’s most prestigious fighting game tournament — competing in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

Lay concerns to rest with the Roadmap for Patches message below. Dragon Ball FighterZ is out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.