At EVO 2022, Dragon Ball FighterZ producer Tomoko Hiroki announced that the game will be getting rollback netcode support. This will be coming to PC and also the new PS5 and Xbox Series X versions that have smart delivery/upgrade options. The Dragon Ball FighterZ rollback netcode beta test was planned for spring on Steam, but it has been delayed. A new balance update is now rolling out on all platforms. The Dragon Ball FighterZ version 1.32 update download size is 4.98GB on Xbox One. This balance patch brings in changes from the June patch and based on community feedback. Check out the announcement Tweet from Bandai Namco Entertainment below:
Dragon Ball FighterZ version 1.32 update patch notes and balance adjustments
The full patch notes in Japanese are here. When English patch notes are revealed, I’ll update this.
I’m interested to see if the new PS5 and Xbox Series X versions of Dragon Ball FighterZ get a physical release. Considering the game is content complete now, hopefully we get a complete bundle of all DLC as well to make upgrading from the base game simpler for existing owners. If the new versions do well enough, I think it is possible that we get new content, looking at how much Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 keeps getting.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is out now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The rollback netcode update and PS5 / Xbox Series X|S release date was not announced.