Dragon Ball FighterZ: PS5 and Xbox Series X | S versions and Rollback Netcode coming soon

Dragon Ball FighterZ: PS5 and Xbox Series X | S versions and Rollback Netcode coming soon

Dragon Ball FighterZ

On the occasion of EVO 2022, Bandai Namco has unveiled some very interesting news for Dragon Ball FighterZ players. In fact, the native versions for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S are coming, as well as the much desired Rollback Netcode for current generation platforms.

On the stage of the event, Tomoko Hiroki said that the development team has finished the post-launch support for the game, which means we won't see any additional characters or notable content. On the other hand, players in possession of PS5 and Xbox Series X | S will soon bea> able to play Dragon Ball FighterZ with a native version created ad hoc, which will be made available for free for those who already own the game on PS4 and Xbox One.

As mentioned opening, Rollback Netcode is also on its way. This is a system that drastically reduces the latency that usually occurs in online maths, thus significantly improving the multiplayer experience in fighting games. It will only be implemented for the current-gen versions of Dragon Ball FighterZ for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, while PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch will apparently be cut off.

More details on the free upgrade for current generation consoles and Netcode Rollback will be revealed in the next few days by Bandai Namco.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ PS5 Version Announced Complete with Rollback Netcode

Dragon Ball FighterZ Rollback Update

It's finally happening: Dragon Ball FighterZ is getting a rollback netcode update at some point in the future, which should allow for a much better online experience. Fans have been demanding this one for a long time, and for a while, it looked like it might never happen. It's a bit of a shame that rollback will arrive when the game's no longer being updated with new characters or balance patches, but still, better late than never!

There is a catch, though. As far as we know, the rollback update will only be available through the freshly announced PS5 version of Dragon Ball FighterZ. Bandai Namco says that there will be an upgrade path for those who own the PS4 version, but we don't have any official details yet. When more information becomes available, we'll update this article.

In the meantime, are you happy that FighterZ is finally stepping things up? Go beyond Super Saiyan in the comments section below.