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Bandai Namco is extending the Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta for another 24 hours

18 Jan 18

Thanks to all of the server troubles, not many people have been able to play the Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta. Well now it has been extended to make sure everyone gets a chance to play it. 

Bandai Namco announced on Twitter that an "additional beta test" period will occur for Dragon Ball FighterZ bringing with it more improvements that should make the gameplay experience much better than before. 

In New Zealand, the extended beta starts on January 18th from 6:00pm and will run until a further 24 hours ending on January 19th at 6:00pm. 

This should give more players time to join in on the fun and compete against lots of real life human players. The game is quite fun since I had a chance to play the open beta several times over the past week. 

The full game releases worldwide on January 26th, 2018 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC platforms. 

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