#Bandai Namco Entertainment previously announced two characters that will be joining the fighter roster in "#Dragon Ball FighterZ" namely Krillin and Piccolo. In addition, the closed beta sign-up dates were announced and were supposed to start on July 26. However, changes were made so that the sign-ups will be moved to August 22 instead. Gematsu mentioned that "This does not affect Japan."

The newly announced dates will assure an increased amount of people who can participate in the sign-ups. In addition, moving the date will make sure that more players can join in the fun. As the date of the closed beta sign-ups changed, the closed beta event has changed too and the closed beta will start on September 16.

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According to a report by Gematsu.com, the newly announced dates will assure an increased amount of people who can participate in the sign-ups. In addition, moving the date will make sure that more players can join in the fun. As the date of the closed beta sign-ups changed, the closed beta event has changed too and the closed beta will start on September 16.

The more players that can participate in the closed beta, the more feedback the creators and developers will receive. By doing so, this feedback and the reviews will be used as a basis for improvement. The feedback will also help Bandai Namco meet the required standards of players around the world. While a number of characters have already been announced, there are likely to be more additions to come in the future.

For those who have registered on their PS4

PS4 users who already registered for the previous sign-up date can download a free application ticket, which can be presented to participate in the closed beta.

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This free application ticket can be downloaded from the PlayStation Store, so there is no need to fret and worry.

Fixing odds and ends

As mentioned above, it is anticipated that there will be a lot of feedback from different users, and it is hoped that these will assure that all fields and modes in "Dragon Ball FighterZ" function perfectly and smoothly. Other than those, the performance, interface, and minor fixes come as a second priority. As expected in a game with online features, Bandai Namco will most likely keep players excited through constant updates and events in which players can participate. However, this is a just a guess which relies on numerous other games that mostly rely on online features.

"Dragon Ball FighterZ" will be released early next year (2018) on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC worldwide, but a Japanese release date is yet to be announced. Players should keep their eyes open for what may be the next announcement. For a refresher on what the game looks like, here is the trailer of the game below via Bandai Namco Entertainment America on YouTube:

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