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Dragon Ball FighterZ Update 1.03 Patch Notes: Does It Fix the Online Issues?

Bandai Namco has stealth released the Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03 patch on all consoles today. Being that the game is a huge hit on systems across the world, selling more than two million units both digitally and physically, players are eagerly awaiting improvements on issues like online connection problems, quest errors, and more.

We’ve got all of the info you need on the Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03 patch notes so you know what changes have been made to the game as a whole. Without further ado, let’s dig into the update 1.03 patch notes and see what Bandai Namco has done to improve the game after its shaky launch.

Dragon Ball FighterZ Update 1.03 Patch Notes Explained

Oddly enough, Bandai Namco stealth-launched the Dragon Ball FighterZ update 1.03 without any warning or official patch notes. The relatively small update arrived with no word on the official Twitter, website, or anywhere else. Most likely, this is simply a quick-fix for the most important issues in the game, with a bigger and better update on the way.

By going to the update history on the PS4 version of the game, we can see that the Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03 “improves game performance and stability.” That is extremely vague and typical of patches, but users on PC are noting some specific improvements.

For PC users, load times are slightly better than were previously, and settings like language ones are actually saving without requiring users to redo it each time they boot up the game. The Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03 patch is a paltry 116MB on console, so we expect this to be laying the groundwork for the first big update.

Does Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03: How to Fix the Online Issues?

Unfortunately, users are still experiencing issues when attempting to connect to an online match on all three platforms. It seems that Dragon Ball FighterZ 1.03 is mostly meant to address small issues, and like we said, a bigger patch is on the way to fix the online matchmaking problems.