Dragon Ball FighterZ fighting game screenshot of Goku powering up

If you're a fan of Dragon Ball FighterZ, I have both good and bad news to deliver. The good news is that after four years of requests, Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have finally announced that Dragon Ball FighterZ will be getting rollback netcode!

Needless to say, this is an absolutely massive change as unlike the current delay-based netcode, rollback netcode produces a far less laggy environment for online matches. It's not as good as playing against someone in person, but for any sort of online tournaments or even casual matches, it's definitely the superior and much more stable option.

As for bad news, that would be the end of support for Dragon Ball FighterZ. Once the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S versions have been released alongside the rollback netcode system, there will be no further updates, new characters or even balance changes. I wouldn't be too sad, however, as there's a pretty good chance we'll see a Dragon Ball FighterZ 2 somewhere down the line!

I'd love to tell you more, but that's pretty much it as far as current information goes. You can keep an eye on any updates, as well as learn more about Dragon Ball FighterZ, over at Steam. Enjoy, and I'll leave you with one of the old trailers: