Dragon Ball FighterZ to receive Rollback Netcode with PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and Windows PC Versions

Bandai Namco Entertainment have announced that the Arc System Works developed fighter, Dragon Ball FighterZ, will be receiving Rollback Netcode with both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game, which are in development, and that Rollback Netcode support will also be coming to the PC version of the game in a future update.

The news was revealed during the Dragon Ball FighterZ Top 8 competition for the 2022 Evolution Championship Series (EVO). As explained the new-gen editions will harness the power of these platforms to deliver even more breathtaking visuals with incredible responsiveness to player inputs. In addition, next-gen and PC players will soon experience smoother online play thanks to the integration of rollback netcode in a future update. More information on the game’s new-gen versions and rollback netcode will be released at a later date.

It’s also been reported that Bandai Namco are looking into next-gen upgrade options for current PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners of the game. Based on the news it looks like Rollback Netcode support is only planned for PC and the in-development PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game, but additional details will be shared in the future.

About Scott Emsen
Scott is the Founder and Executive Editor of AnimeBlurayUK, but in the past he has produced content for ZOMGPlay, Rice Digital and Funstock and was once a Community Moderator for the Nokia N-Gage forums. Based in the UK, he loves anything related to Games & Anime and in In his spare time you'll mostly find him playing on one of his many gaming consoles; namely the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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