Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO: This multiplayer mechanic could be gone for good

Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO is one of the most awaited titles so far in 2024, and it is not for less since many DB fans have their sights set on what this game can bring us, in the brutal amount of hours and hours of fun and improvement that we can get to experience.

Of course, the title is in the focus of attention not of thousands, nor of tens or hundreds of them, but of millions. Many are already calling it the fourth spiritual installment of the Budokai Tenkaichi line of games that so enamored gamers of all ages in the past.

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It couldn&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131373178217;t all be good news though.

As we have seen firsthand in the post we just shared with you in the entry, Jun Furutani, producer of Dragon Ball: Sparking! ZERO, has reportedly let slip that a much-loved mechanic of the multiplayer mode of Dragon Ball games could disappear in this new installment.

We are talking about the split screen, a resource widely used in previous titles but that for this installment might not materialize in something real. This is something that many fans have found really disappointing. Although time will tell if in the end it ends up being the case or not.

Why wouldn&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131373178217;t we have split-screen at launch?

It seems that the answer is somewhat more complex than one might expect. We are not talking about a decision of the studio at the time of creating the game, but rather about certain &https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131373178220;disagreements&https://digitalnewsweb.net/wp-content/cache/background-css/digitalnewsweb.net/?wpr_t=17131373178221; between Sony and Microsoft when it comes to adapting to this mechanic in their new consoles. In the interview that Furutani gave recently, his position on the matter and his answer was not clear.

Of course, split-screen may return in the future, but not at launch.