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Dragon Ball The Breakers: How To Play As Raider?

Playing a game from the perspective of the antagonist has its own appeal, which could explain why lots of Dragon Ball fans have been wondering how to play as Raider in the Dragon Ball: The Breakers video game. This is mainly because it is more fun and adventurous to play as a Raider who is the default villain. In this article, we will be looking at how to play as a Raider in Dragon Ball: The Breaker video game. Let’s briefly have a rundown of the game before we head to that.

Dragon Ball The Breakers: How To Play As Raider?
Dragon Ball The Breakers: How To Play As Raider?

Dragon Ball: The Breakers was developed by Dimps Corporation and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. In the game, the main goal of the survivor is to survive, hunt the dragon balls, and also hunt down the Raider, or be the raider. That being said, let’s look at how to play as Raider in the game.

Dragon Ball The Breakers: How To Play As Raider

The fact that there are eight players in every match makes the chances of players playing as Raider really slim. However, with the default settings, players get the chance of playing as a raider or survivor. But then, they have little chance of playing as a Raider because of how the matchmaking in Dragon Ball: The Breakers works. This is due to the fact that anyone in the lobby who has chosen their preferred role as the raider will be granted the role before those who haven’t.

It should be noted that players can avoid this by always setting their preference to being the Raider by clicking the L1 (PlayStation) or LB (Xbox) button prior to the matchmaking. This will let the game know the player’s preferred role and cycle between a dash (no choice), a cheerful face (survivor), and an angry horned face (raider). It’s sad that players won’t always get to play the raider because so many people have chosen it as their preferred role. Players will be awarded one priority point for each match they do not play in as a Raider, and these points will be used to determine who will take the role of the raider in the upcoming matches. Before players may play as Cell, Buu, or Frieza, it typically takes three to four games. However, it may take many more if they have bad luck in the lobby.

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