The fighter's upcoming Nintendo Switch version will instead support delay-based netcode, Nexon has confirmed.
Two more DLC characters and a new stage will be available for Season Pass owners this year. The last two DLC fighters will release in 2024.
Based on the Dungeon and Fighter franchise, the title is in development for consoles, PC and mobiles. A release date hasn't been announced.
Each character has increased health and Guard Gauge, while also receiving numerous changes to moves, Awakening Effects, and more.
The fighting game's first Season Pass is also out next year and includes the recently announced Spectre with four other new characters.
The gameplay patch arrives in December, while the Switch version is scheduled to release sometime in Spring 2023.
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Director Ryousuke Kodani also confirms that something separate is in development that will take "quite some time" to get ready.
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DNF Duel threads the needle of approachable gameplay well while minimizing most of the downsides of its simplicity.
The 2.5D fighting game features 16 characters from Nexon's Dungeon Fighter Online and is out today for PS4, PS5 and PC via Steam.
Using the power of gravity and portals, the Lost Warrior is capable of quick movement, unpredictable attacks, and energy blasts.
More details on the final playable character for Nexon's fighting game could be revealed today at 2:30 PM PDT on ARC LIVE.