Dragon Ball FighterZ is getting an update tomorrow to fix issues with online play and add more features, including communities with in-game rewards.
The update, which has been detailed on the game’s Steam page, will greatly improve Ring Match matchmaking and server stability, which have had issues since the game launched on January 26. The patch will also add the Z-Union feature to the game.
Z-Union will allow players to join Unions, or fan clubs, of their favorite character and get special rewards for doing so. What’s more, the longer players stay in a Union, the better the rewards get.
Arc System Works hasn’t yet revealed what these rewards will be, but with the update coming tomorrow, more information is soon to follow. Be sure to check back here for the latest information.
The update will also change the Rematch option in World Match from two to three matches in both Ranked and Casual modes, and include a few other changes, updated options, and bug fixes. As a consequence of some of the changes, recorded data from the Replay Channel will be erased.
Tomorrow’s update will be the second of two patches producer Tomoko Kiroki announced the game would receive to resolve issues with Ring Matches and lobby disconnects.
For more on Dragon Ball FighterZ, read up on Broly and Bardock, who will join as the roster’s first DLC characters. If you recently picked it up, or just want some pointers, be sure to check out the Dragon Ball FighterZ wiki guide, which can help you with team composition, character breakdowns, and more.
Brian Barnett is a freelance writer who plays Cell/Goku Black/Adult Gohan. He will talk to you about FighterZ all day on Twitter at @Ribnax.