The arena expands even further
Fans have just received a long-awaited update. Atlus announced today, during Evo 2022, that the rollback netcode update for is now available on PlayStation 4 and Steam.
Atlus and developer Arc System Works had announced earlier this year that the there-release would be getting rollback. However, it wouldnt be in at launch, but it will be available as part of a follow-up update.
The date, as it happens, is today. Evo 2022 has just begun, and Atlus has announced that the upgrade will be available for PS4 and Steam. There is no immediate mention of a Nintendo Switch rollback, however.
PlayStation owners should only have their consoles updated. During the rollback netcode beta branch, Steam users will need to fill out the loop. Details on the Steam feed have been revealed, and the process is relatively simple.
Skys the limit
It''s really exciting to see this as a person who came back to thearena when it got a revamp. Not only is it still a fantastic fighting game, rich in fun to learn and battle, but it also has a fantastic structure. As more and more fighting games evolve to 3D, it feels like a relic of classic 2D art and design.
These beautiful bouts should be much more accessible online. Hold Back to Block offers an excellent explanation on the subject. However, rollback netcode makes it easier to play fighting games likewith less apparent connection issues. Smoother fighting means a better experience, and a higher probability that Ill keep hitting the rematch option in the menu.
For PlayStation and Steam players, the Therollback netcode upgrade is now available. During the week, you may tune in to Evo 2022 this weekend for even more action.