According to last update from Bandai Namco regarding sales of Dragon Ball FighterZ, the title had surpassed the mark of 8 million units sold — along with Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

And now, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have announced two big news for Dragon Ball FighterZ. The game, released in 2018, will receive an update with netcode rollback and will now have native versions for PS5, Xbox Series and PC – with a free upgrade for owners of PS4 and Xbox One editions.

The feature's arrival was revealed during EVO 2022 and was greatly celebrated by fans at the event. See when the update was released below:

The Dragon Ball FighterZ update does not yet have a date to arrive. For those who don't know, the netcode rollback is a tool capable of processing the sending of commands from the player to the console faster, avoiding delays and reducing the feeling of latency.


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