If you didn’t know, you can currently pre-download the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta right now. The open beta is available early for those who pre-order the game for Xbox One or PS4, and it will be available for the wider public starting January 13th, this Saturday. If, however, you don’t want to wait until the beta officially opens its doors, you can actually pre-load the beta right now ahead of time.
So how do you pre-load the Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta? Well, if you’re on the Xbox One it’s pretty simple. Just power up the console, make sure you’re connected online, scroll on over to the Xbox Store and then search up Dragon Ball FighterZ. One of the entries should be the open beta. Click on it and click on the “Install” button to begin downloading the beta and pre-loading it ahead of the scheduled open beta start times.
If you’re playing on the PlayStation 4, you can head on over to the PlayStation Store and add the beta to your cart. You won’t have to pay anything all you have to do is click on the checkout tab and then proceed to click on “Download to your PS4”. The 2.4GB beta will then proceed to download. Depending on your connection it shouldn’t take too long.
Once it’s downloaded you won’t be able to enter until the open beta start times get underway. If you don’t know how long the beta will last or what the times are you can view them below:
- January 13, 2018 at 00:00-23:59 (PST) – for those with early access
- January 14, 2018 at 00:00 to January 15, 2018 at 23:59 (PST) – for everyone
The open beta will feature 11 playable characters across seven different stages. The open beta will be online-only, and you will need a PlayStation Network account to participate.
If you need help getting your bearings on the controls and gameplay, you can use the Battle Tutorial.
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