Dragon Ball Legends is a popular mobile game based on the Dragon Ball Saga. It was announced during a Google Game Developers Conference talk on how to make money from apps.
The game features real-time PVP online fights, team modes, combo moves, teams of three protagonists you can alter between, over-the-top attacks, and other special moves.
The game has reached version 2.11.0.
Here are the official patch notes:
– Decreased battle load time.
– Decreased time between opening the app and arriving at the title screen.
– Added a function where players can consecutively repeat Adventures.
– Adjusted matching for Rating Matches to better evenly pair players.
– Adjusted other parts of the UI.
– Fixed various bugs
* Check the in-game News for more information.”
As you can see, the list of patch notes is quite generous.
It appears that the developers focused their work on tweaking certain aspects of the game to improve gameplay.
Some bugs were addressed, so the chances to encounter a new one are slimmer.
To update the app, you can always rely on Google Play Store. Some updates are rolled out in waves via OTA (over-the-air) channels. If your device has auto-updates enabled, the app should have received the latest update quickly. However, if you disabled auto-updates, you will have to go to Google Play, search for Dragon Ball Legends, and hit the update button.
Alternatively, you can download an updated apk file from a trustworthy source. However, we recommend avoiding downloading apps from third parties as you never know what you truly get.
Remember, the safest source of apps will always be your device’s built-in market – Google Play Store or Apple AppStore.
Chin Cullin has only been working as a journalist for just a few short years. Chin attended a technical school while still in high school where he learned a variety of skills, from digital design to coding. Apart from being a contributor to the site, Chin also helps keep Henri Le Chat Noir up and running as our webmaster.