An open beta is currently happening for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Unfortunately though, things have not been smooth sailing because the servers have been inconsistent. Bandai Namco is listening to the feedback and is hoping things will improve for the full game’s release later this month.
The official Dragon Ball Games Faecbook page posted the following message: “Dear players, Thank you for your invaluable feedback so far and for your time playing with the Open Beta of Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Our team is working hard on the Open Beta but faced some issues that can’t be fixed on a short-term basis, so we are asking for your patience until the next server update.
The current Open Beta will remain online and available so that the players who manage to log in and play it can keep on enjoying it.
Be advised that if despite all reasonable efforts, we could not find a satisfactory outcome within a decent time, we will consider extending the Open Beta of Dragon Ball FighterZ. Thank you for your everlasting support.”
I’ve been trying to play the open beta myself and only managed to log in a couple of times. Several other times the servers just don’t want to work which is annoying because the game itself is very fun and enjoyable. Even if you want to just do the Training Mode, the open beta still requires players to log into the unreliable servers at the moment.
The full game comes out on January 26th, 2018 for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. This means they have until next week to fix the servers before its official launch. Hopefully the full game’s launch is not like the open beta as it would be super disappointing if people weren’t able to play the game online on its release date.