You’re getting a second chance to play Dragon Ball FighterZ, but only for an additional 24 hours. Bandai Namco announced through their UK Twitter account today that, due to the server issues they were having, the company would be giving fans one more day to play.
Thanks you for playing in the #DBFighterZ Open Beta, your participation has been invaluable!
As we are working hard to give you the best experience, we are going to extend the open beta for an additional 24h period.
Date and times to be announced soon!
Thanks again for playing! pic.twitter.com/Ysxzz1fUiy
— Bandai Namco UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) January 16, 2018
Now obviously the beta has already shut down and players have officially lost the initial period, meaning that they’re not expanding on it by an extra day from the original. No further details were given as to when they would schedule the extra day, but more than likely, it will probably come either over the weekend or sometime next week as a way to further entice fans to try it out before they buy it. Regardless of what happens, the buzz on social media is that players who tried it out were ecstatic about the beta and loved everything but the delays. If that’s to be believed, there’s a good chance they could flood the server again the second time around.
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