DNF Duel – Second Open Beta Announced for April 1st to 4th

It kicks off on April 1st at 7 PM PDT and ends on April 4th at 7 AM PDT for PS4 and PS5 with the Ghostblade possibly being playable.

Posted By | On 28th, Mar. 2022

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Nexon has announced a second open beta for DNF Duel, its fighting game based on Dungeon Fighter Online. It starts on April 1st at 7 PM PT/10 PM ET and ends on April 4th at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET for PS5 and PS4. Though it should feature the same roster as last time, expect some new additions like the recently revealed Ghostblade.

The coming open beta might also feature balance changes for each fighter, especially following feedback from the first test. Whether there will be a proper tutorial or not remains to be seen. It’s also unsure if the recently teased Female Mechanic is playable. Rollback netcode has been confirmed for launch and was present in the previous beta so expect further improvements there.

DNF Duel releases on June 28th for PC, PS4 and PS5. Developed by Arc System Works, Neople and Eighting, it features characters from the popular PC action RPG along with many of their signature moves. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime.


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