Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden arrived on 3DS in the West in October 2015, and we thought it was rather decent. The lack of online multiplayer was a sore point, however, though we were given hope when it was confirmed for an update in Japan late last year.

It's taken quite some time, but Bandai Namco has now revealed that 'The Extreme Patch' will arrive on 7th April in Europe - no North American date has been given at the time of writing. In addition to adding online versus fights, it includes a Training mode, an Extreme Survival mode and new Z-assist characters. Beyond that there'll be the usual balancing tweaks and adjustments.

It's a hefty - and free - update, and the addition of online matches may prove tempting to fans on the fence. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.