Dragon Ball FighterZ has been suffering from numerous online issues since launch, but developer Arc System Works has promised it’s working to fix the problems.
In a recent video, producer Tomoko Hiroki announced two patches will be coming out soon intended to resolve issues like matchmaking. The first patch will be released before the end of February.
“We’ve heard all of your feedback since the release, and we’re fully aware of the online issues that you’re having, such as the matching in Ring Match or being disconnected from the lobby,” Hiroki said. “We’re aware of the situation, and keen to resolve them with all our might.”
Hiroki confirmed the first patch won’t fix every issue, and as a result it’ll be followed by a second patch in March.
“Therefore, we’re also planning to release another patch in mid-[to]-late March to gradually resolve the issue,” Hiroki said. “Rest assured that we will not stop until the fix has been completed.”
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