Bandai Namco website has been working off and on for some people and with the closed beta of Dragon Ball FighterZ having limited space, not everyone will be able to join. To secure a spot either on PS4 or Xbox One early, this guide will teach you how to sign-up on either device before all the spaces fill up.
Dragon Ball FighterZ will gain a playable closed beta on September 16th, which will end two days later on September 18th. If you don’t know or you are having trouble trying to access the official Bandai Namco website, registration for the closed beta is now live and here’s how you will be able to secure a spot on PS4 or Xbox One.
If you are on PS4 you must be over 13 years of age and will need to sign up with your name, email address, and VIP Invite Code. However, it is important to note that if you share your VIP Invite Code(s) it will automatically void your chance of entering. The full notice can be read over below:
Apply for the DRAGON BALL FighterZ closed beta program on PS4 by signing up with your name, email address, VIP Invite Code and other information below. Must be over 13 to apply and agree to receiving emails from BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America. If selected for participation, we will notify you via email. Sharing VIP Invite Codes will result in automatic disqualification.
If you happen to be on Xbox One and seek to join Dragon Ball FighterZ upcoming closed beta, simply install the Xbox Insider Hub app from the Xbox Store or you can activate it from the “My Games & Apps” tab. If you have been picked to join the closed beta, you should see a notice on the Xbox Insider Hub’s feed. The act of joining is further detailed below:
Select users can join the DRAGON BALL FighterZ closed beta on Xbox One through the Xbox Insider Program. To participate on Xbox One, install the Xbox Insider Hub from the Store or launch it from My games & apps. If you’ve been selected to participate, you’ll see an announcement in the Xbox Insider Hub’s Announcement feed. To join, go to Insider content > DRAGON BALL FighterZ and select Join.
Below is a time schedule for those who live in different regions and seek to participate in the four sessions.
The point behind the Dragon Ball FighterZ closed beta is to gain as much info on damage, balancing, optimization, and stress test for servers. Of course, you can find out more about the closed beta over on bandainamcoent.com.
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