Bandai Namco Reveals Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Character Roster

What’s Up PlayStation Nation,

FGC fans and fans of dragon ball alike are eagerly waiting for the upcoming fighter Dragon Ball Fighters Well today Bandai Namco has revealed the character roster for the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta, While the full roster isn’t available here’s the following 11 characters will be playable:

  • Nappa
  • Vegeta
  • Goku
  • Piccolo
  • Krillin
  • Cell
  • Android 18
  • Frieza
  • Beerus
  • Kid Buu
  • Gohan (Adult)

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The Dragon Ball FighterZ open beta will run from January 14 at 12:00 a.m. PT / 3:00 a.m. ET / 9:00 a.m CST to January 16 at the same time. Users who pre-order the game will gain early access to the open beta on January 13, also at the same time.

( Editors Opinion: I’m very much looking forward to this open beta as we here at the WUPS crew were in the previous closed beta. Although it was a closed beta and it was very enjoyable while playing the game. However the downside of the previous beta was the process of catching the available times of the lobbies to be open for players. It was very tedious and a bit of a hassle, however this open beta seems to be a bit more lenient as we have yet to hear any information of this being limited due to play time. Which is a great thing because this game launches in a few weeks and they need to overload the servers to see how they will be able to handle such a large player count especially on the PS4 end. With that being said I am eagerly waiting for this weekend to approach so that I may once again get a chance to play the greatness that is Dragon Ball FighterZ! )

Will you be picking up this title? Dragon Ball FighterZ will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26th North America and Europe, and February 1st in Japan. For news like this and more make sure to keep us bookmarked and check back with us here at What’s Up PlayStation.

Neverwinter Headed To PS4 – No PS Plus Required

What’s Up PlayStation Nation!

The Dungeons and Dragon’s based MMO, Neverwinter is set to hit the PS4 this summer. A great addition to the myriad of games that the PS4 has in it’s ever growing games library. Many should remember this title debuting on PC/Steam in the summer of 2013. Since the initial PC release of this title the MMO has made it’s  way to a console debut via Xbox One in the summer of 2015, though it’s considered to be a free MMO, Players on Xbox One were required to have an Xbox Live Gold Subscription. In contrast however  for PS4 this is not the case, as the MMO will be free for all enjoy without a need for a PS Plus subscription.

Here’s a bit more of information on the free to play MMO as stated via the Playstation blog:

Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG that transports players into the Forgotten Realms, where they will explore a fully realized experience based on the Dungeons & Dragons franchise. When Neverwinter arrives on PlayStation 4, it will feature all existing content from the base game, including eight playable classes and nine expansions worth of content giving you hundreds of quests to play through.

Fight against the likes of Tiamat, Demogorgon, Orcus, Valindra and many more sinister enemies from Dungeons & Dragons lore. Adventurers will also travel through iconic locations such as Icewind Dale and the Underdark while teaming up with characters straight from the novels of acclaimed author R.A. Salvatore, including Drizzt Do’Urden.

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We are also happy to announce that Neverwinter on PlayStation 4 will be free-to-play for all PlayStation 4 owners as you will not require PlayStation Plus to dive into this full-fledged MMORPG experience.

Are you ready to defend the realms? What class are you planning to play? We look forward to seeing all of PlayStation Nation in the city of Neverwinter later this year

Are you looking forward to this “Free-To-Play” MMO title? Comment below let us know. For more gaming news and opinion pieces keep it here at Whats Up PlayStation.

Sources: Gamespot, PlayStation Blog