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Dragon Ball Xenoverse’s online is still broken

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Judging by the number of people who’ve read our Dragon Ball Xenoverse review, many, many, many people are busy enjoying Bandai-Namco’s latest fighter RPG. But it seems a great number are having a kamehamehorrible time – particularly those trying to get in to some of the game’s online modes.

Numerous players have been unable to hit the game’s servers, as evidenced by the swathes of angry people on the Dragon Ball Z Games Facebook


That page itself recently posted an n update to notify players that the game’s servers were undergoing “several optimizations” to help the multiplayer lobbies.

“We are working hard to improve your online experience and have already had some promising results as described below. Rest assured that we won’t stop until we deliver the best online experience possible to you,” they say.

“Currently, Dragon Ball XENOVERSE servers for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 have been updated with several optimizations. Consequently, the success rate of logging in for multi-lobbies have greatly increased. We will continue to monitor and fine-tune both server and client side processes to raise the login rate to 100% success very soon.

Dragon Ball XENOVERSE on PC Steam has also been updated to deploy numerous improvements that will improve the log-in success rate and the game’s overall stability.”

Bandai Namco’s twitter also suggested we’d see some improvement over the coming days. In our own review, Darryn said “There’s still plenty of room for improvement, but fans are going to find plenty to love with the latest chapter in this long-running saga that tells the same story but with a different spin.”

Last Updated: March 10, 2015


  1. Admiral Chief

    March 10, 2015 at 13:03

    Bwhahahahahahaha dat header!!!!


    • Pariah

      March 10, 2015 at 13:14

      Geoff is such a troll 😛


  2. Viking Of Science

    March 10, 2015 at 13:17

    Well, they’ve still got like 3 months to fix it…If we’re going by HALO time…


  3. Norm

    March 10, 2015 at 13:19

    Header of the week!


  4. ReaperOfSquirrels

    March 10, 2015 at 13:23

    Vegetroll looks happy about this news.


  5. Hammersteyn

    March 10, 2015 at 13:27

    Did they try collecting the balls and wishing for a patch?


  6. Matthew Holliday

    March 10, 2015 at 13:29

    played this game over the weekend at a friend, for all my hate for the free motion movement thing, it was actually pretty good.
    a thousand times better than the previous iterations of it atleast.

    it still feels a bit janky, grabs and blocking are REALLY difficult to use properly, missing on big ultimates etc.

    it has a really low skill element aswell, no punch punch kick kick energy to kamehameha, instead, just select it and shoot, wasting energy and stamina doesnt really get punished unless you’re 1v2.
    especially when you get kaioken or SSj, then you can just fire off ultimates at will.
    the Ai is really weak, your team mates are just punching bags for enemies while you deal with individuals, then they die and suddenly you’re 1v3 and get pounded on with no chance of winning.

    clothing and items and stuff also need work, but for all the niggles, it is still really fun.

    havnt had a chance to try the online though and im not really interested in it either, so not fussed.


  7. Zyoy

    March 10, 2015 at 21:42

    The games not completely broken the online just dose not work————-Besides that everything works just fine——- + you can still play with friends and other people in privet games that you can invite them to


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