Dragon Ball FighterZ beta extended after network issues

Bandai is extending the beta as an apology for its poor network service over the past few days.

Image via Bandai Namco

Bandai Namco is launching a short second Dragon Ball FighterZ beta today following huge network problems in the last open beta.

The beta launched last Saturday and was scheduled to run until Jan. 16. Players were met with multiple network issues during the beta, claiming that they could not connect to games.

Bandai quickly responded to these issues on social media by promising fans that the company would look to address the online issues quickly. Bandai said it would look at keeping the open beta online for longer if the company couldn’t find a quick fix to the problem.

The new beta has just opened, and will run until 7am CT tomorrow. That gives players another chance to try out Nappa, Vegeta, Goku, and all the other characters in hectic three-on-three action.

In a tweet on Bandai’s Twitter account, the company promised improvements to the online service and the overall experience. Dragon Ball FighterZ is set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on Jan. 26.

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