Have you ever heard of a game being less playable online following a rollback netcode patch? That’s what the Brazilian playerbase of Blazblue Cross Tag Battle feels lately. Community TO Zate announced on Twitter that after 88 editions of the Brazilian BBTAG biweekly the series would be retired because the Steam version’s rollback netcode has made online play more unstable than the previous delay based netcode.
BlazBlue Centralfiction’s premiere online event returns this weekend, stronger than ever before. The World Serpent Championship hosted by Chickzama will play out across 8 global regions with rollback netcode for the first time. With tournaments kicking off this weekend you won’t want to miss the strongest showing yet. Let’s talk about schedules, streams and format.
We’re coming at you with a preview of Winter Gaiden – just a week away from our Strive kickoff weekend! Join Coren, Hagure, Osugure and Shib to talk about The King of Fighters XV’s impressive launch, BBTAG’s blessed netcode update and a look ahead to Combo Breaker 2022.
It finally happened: Arc System Works has announced at CEO 2021 that both Blazblue Centralfiction and Cross Tag Battle will receive official rollback netcode updates in 2022. The public test for the Centralfiction update is starting this month! Read on for full details and where to get started with Blazblue.
Did you know there are several Blazblue art books that were never released outside of Japan? If you didn’t and that sounds like an enticing piece of memorabilia for your collection, now’s the time to speak up. Director of publishing at UDON Entertainment Matt Moylan recently put out a tweet asking for suggestions for which Japanese art books the company should pursue for English releases. The Blazblue community has heard the call and responded.