However, rollback is only possible for certain platforms.
The epic Dragon Ball FighterZ Tournament Finals at Evo 2022 has just taken place, and to celebrate the efforts of everyone who competed against the game’s producer, Tomoko Hiroki, appeared on stage to deliver a special message.
Hiroki announced that after many requests, Dragon Ball FighterZ will finally see the addition of a clear cancel symbol. While this is great news, fans have also received bittersweet confirmation that content support for DBFZ has officially ended.
Through a translator, Hiroki first shared the bad news with the fans. She noted that the developers believe that Dragon Ball FighterZ is in a good position in terms of balance, so no more balance updates are planned.
In addition, new characters will not join the list. Lab Coat 21 was the last DLC fighter to join the playable roster, and we now have confirmation that it is also the last.
“With the last update that was released a few weeks ago, we think Dragon Ball FighterZ has been tuned to the highest level,” Hiroki said through a translator. “We have no future plans for new characters or additional balance adjustments,” Hiroki said.
On the other hand, fans can expect the implementation of the Net Undo code. Players have been asking for better online experiences since launch, so it’s great to see people’s voices being heard.
Hiroki clarified that the restoration will be added to the Xbox Series X releases | S, PlayStation 5 and PC. Those playing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will see update paths available later, but more information will be available on social media in the future.
“We’ve decided to bring the web icon back to Dragon Ball FighterZ,” she said. “This feature will apply to the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series S, X, and PC versions. For players who already own the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, we plan to provide you with upgrade paths through the upgrade program,” Hiroki concluded.