In North America and Europe, registration for the Dragon Ball FighterZ closed beta was delayed to August 22, 2017. However, in Japan, applications are now being accepted!
You can head on over to https://store.playstation.com/#!/ja-jp/cid=JP0700-CUSA09157_00-CBTET00000000000 to apply for the chance to play the Dragon Ball FighterZ closed beta on the PS4. A Japanese PlayStation Network account is required in order to apply for the closed beta. For Xbox One users in Japan, they will need to download the Xbox Insider Hub application from the Xbox Store. At the beginning of September, Bandai Namco will send a link in the Insider Hub for players to apply.
10,000 people will be invited to play the closed beta. We aren’t clear if this is 10,000 people from around the world of just 10,000 people from Japan as it was not announced. However, Bandai Namco has announced the timings in which the beta will take place. As you will see in the listing below, they are all the same time when accounting for time zone differences. In other words 2:00 AM in Pacific Standard Time (PST) is the same as 11:00 in Central Standard Time (CST) and 18:00 (which is 6:00 PM) in Japanese Standard Time (JST).
1st Session* – 2:00-5:00 (Saturday)
2nd Session* – 10:00-13:00 (Saturday)
3rd Session* – 18:00-21:00 (Saturday)
4th Session* – 13:00-16:00 (Sunday)
1st Session* – 11:00-14:00 (Saturday)
2nd Session* – 19:00-22:00 (Saturday)
3rd Session* – 3:00-6:00 (Sunday)
4th Session* – 22:00-1:00 (Sunday/Monday)
1st Session* – 18:00-21:00 (Saturday)
2nd Session* – 2:00-5:00 (Sunday)
3rd Session* – 10:00-13:00 (Sunday)
4th Session* – 5:00-8:00 (Monday)
Bandai Namco Entertainment also previously announced there would be nine playable characters in the closed beta. The latest report has the European branch of the company stating there will be more than nine while the Japanese branch says there will be 10 playable characters. It’s unclear who those 10 currently are, but the belief is nine of those will be the characters confirmed thus far in the final version of the game – Goku, Vegeta, Teen Gohan, Krillin, Piccolo, Future Trunks, Frieza, Cell, and Buu.
As we learn more about Dragon Ball FighterZ and the Dragon Ball FighterZ closed beta, we hope to let you know right here on Saiyan Island!
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Dragon Ball FighterZ is a 3-vs-3 team battle fighting game in development by Arc System Works, the same developer as the acclaimed Guilty Gear fighting game franchise. Dragon Ball FighterZ delivers an explosive, action-packed game that combines classic 2D fighting with advanced 3D character models that look and feel as if they are straight out of the Dragon Ball series. It will will incorporate ultra high-speed battles and various flashy moves, including Goku’s iconic Kamehameha. Dragon Ball FighterZ will be published by Bandai Namco Entertainment in early 2018.