Dragon Ball Fighterz producer Tomoko Hiroki has announced a new patch for August, in addition to the return of the competitive scene.
After a few months of silence that agitated the community, we finally have news from Dragon ball fighterz. Tomoko hiroki, producer of the fighting game developed by The arc system works, communicated via social networks the short-term future for Goku
The first big news will be the new patch who will receive Dragon Ball Fighterz next August. This will not be a simple character balance patch, but will be readjusted and will include new combat mechanics, both offensive and defensive. While no details have been revealed in this regard, Hiroki has announced that we will be able to perform a mid-air ‘guard cancellation’, a new defensive resource for the game.
He also said a few words for the improvement that the whole community demanded the most, the cancel network code. Unfortunately, it looks like we won’t have the opportunity to take advantage of this online architecture that works so well in new titles such as Guilty Gear
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Yet Tomoko Hiroki announced that The competitive scene returns to Dragon Ball Fighterz, this time with open tournaments. The playoffs will begin to play out From September onwards, although today we do not know the dates, which they promise to reveal soon.