Friday, December 3rd, 2021

Dragon Ball: Breakers Closed Beta Test Date Announced

BANDAI NAMCO and Dimps have announced that Dragon Ball’s closed beta: Breakers will run on PC next month. Registration for the event, which will be held from December 3rd to December 4th, has started. North America, Europe, When Japan..

BANDAI NAMCO will run four different closed beta sessions in two days. Most of it will take place on December 4th. Below is a complete list of the timing of these sessions.

  • December 3rd, 6:00 PT / 9:00 pm ET to 10:00 pm PT / 1:00 am ET
  • December 4th, 4am (Pacific Standard Time) / 7am (Pacific Standard Time) to 8am (Pacific Standard Time) / 11am (Eastern Standard Time)
  • December 4th 10:00 am (Pacific Standard Time) / 1:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time) to 2:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time) / 5:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)
  • December 4th, 6:00 PT / 9:00 pm ET to 10:00 pm PT / 1:00 am ET

BANDAI NAMCO released a trailer for Dragon Ball The Breakers last week. Unlike previous Dragon Ball games that market different Super Saiyans to each other in tough hand-to-hand combat, the latest games from publishers take a very different approach to gameplay.

Dragon Ball: First Screenshot of Breakers

Breakers is an asymmetric online multiplayer game where players are assigned as raiders (cells, boos, freezer) or one of the seven completely normal beings trying to run, hide and defeat raider opponents. Assigned as a person. Not only does it have the ability to run and escape like a headless chicken, but the seven survivors of the game have a customizable skill tree and a customizable skill tree to help them escape from Raider’s grasp before being blown away. You can work on weapons and more. To the smithereens.

NAMCO BANDAI has announced the dates for the closed beta and has also released an 11-minute video of the game (see below) that delves deeper into the game’s assumptions and what players can expect at the time of release. Dragon Ball: The breaker is currently scheduled for release on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC in 2022. The game can also be played via backwards compatibility with the Xbox Series X | S and PS5.

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