The open beta for Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker has not been going too smoothly thanks to a lot of connection issues. That said, Bandai Namco has addressed gamers telling them that they will fix the problem when the game comes out later this year. They don’t want the same issues happening with the open beta that took place over the weekend.
Bandai Namco posted an update on the game’s open beta status via the official Facebook page. You can read the full announcement posted down below.
“Thank you to all the users who played in the Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker open beta test this weekend. We have been able to stress test the servers thanks to your participation. You experienced long waiting time before matching with other players and we identified the issues. Unfortunately, even with with different maintenances we haven’t been able to fix the issue during the weekend. We apologize for nay inconveniences.
The development team will work on new fixes and different online improvements. A new open beta will be held in the future in order to ensure a smooth online experience for all our players. Thank you again for your participation and cooperation to this open beta. Keep posted for future updates on Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker.”
It’s great to know another open beta will be held later this year so hopefully the online issues can be fixed before launch. We will let you know when the next beta goes live once more info comes or way. The game is due out later this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.