Stay on target No, Solid Snake Isn’t Coming to ‘Tekken’Watch These Fighting Games at EVO 2019 After a successful closed beta last summer, Bandai Namco held an open beta for Dragon Ball FighterZ this past weekend. Unfortunately, a great deal of folks (myself included) were unable to get in due to server issues. Because of this, the company has announced it will launch another beta before the game’s January 26 launch. This beta is expected to run for 24 hours.Thanks to all of you who playtested the Open Beta of DRAGON BALL FighterZ, your participation was invaluable and we’ve decided to do another round of open beta testing (24hr. period). Dates & times to be announced soon, stay tuned! #DBFighterzBETA pic.twitter.com/4ldSsb1Jdt— Bandai Namco US (@BandaiNamcoUS) January 16, 2018Though an exact date wasn’t given, it’s reasonable to assume the new open beta will happen this upcoming weekend. There will surely be a large amount of folks trying to get in some quick matches during the 24-hour period. Hopefully, Bandai Namco learned enough from the previous beta and will deliver a smooth online experience. The company no doubt wants to work out any kinks before the official launch. The last thing anyone wants is for issues to happen when the game is available to everyone.Arc System Works has released a number of high-quality fighting games for the past two decades. The company will no doubt make it onto the radar of many after the release of Dragon Ball FighterZ. As I’ve said before, this is the Dragon Ball Z game everyone has been waiting for. Its art style and wild animations look like they’ve been pulled straight out of the popular anime. Despite the Dragon Ball trappings, this is still very much an Arc System Works game. Hopefully, those who’ve slept on the company will check out titles like Guilty Gear Xrd Rev2 or BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend.Dragon Ball FighterZ releases on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on January 26. You can pre-order it now from Amazon. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.