BlazBlue fans kept hoping their games would see the same treatment that Guilty Gear has received in recent years, and their wish has finally been granted.
BlazBlue Centralfiction’s undo network code beta tester is now available to all players who own a copy on Steam, and it’s a simple process to have fun.
As Arc System Works explains, all the player needs is to go to BBCF properties on Steam and click on the Betas tab.
From there, change the chosen beta from none to public testing and then simply start the game.
There doesn’t seem to be a stated date for this netplay patch test ending, but if the Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R update process is anything to go by, they can leave the beta available until the official patch. launch.
to join #BBCF Public Undo Test, go to Properties, click BETAS, select Public Test from the dropdown menu, and then start the game.#DontCallitaComeback #DontCallitaBETA pic.twitter.com/uLEKjUygoI
– ArcSystemWorks ➡️ #GuiltyGearStrive is now available! (ArcSystemWorksU) December 6, 2021
The full update is slated to arrive in Centralfiction sometime in February 2022 although it is only planned for a PC release at this time.
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle will be the next game on the list that will receive rollback processing, which will include the PC and PlayStation 4 versions but not the Nintendo Switch version.
There is no release window for BBTAG’s big update apart from the mysterious 2022, so we likely won’t learn more about it until Centralfiction is up and running the rollback for everyone.
For those who do not currently have a copy, Centralfiction is currently 50% off on Steam At $20 the Cross Tag Battle Basic Edition is down to $5 and the Special Edition is $25 through December 13.
Hopefully this is a sign that more good things are to come for fans of the BlazBlue and ArcSys fighting game in general, so we’ll have to wait and see what the developers do.
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