Nov 22, 2016 03:25 AM EST
Bandai Namco revealed the details of "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's" first DLC pack. It also comes with free updates of the game with new content.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" first DLC pack
According to the official website of Bandai Namco Europe, DLC Pack 1 will be available through Season Pass and can be purchased individually. It will contain several contents like new characters, new master, new attacks, and more.
The first DLC pack will contain two new playable characters to choose from, which are Cabbe and Frost. Cabbe will have his Super Saiyan transformation, while Frost has his Final Form. The pack also contains a new master Hit, which lets them learn new attacks from him.
Other contents included in the first DLC pack are five new attacks, three Parallel Quests, and two new costumes. It also contains five Super Souls and two Emotes.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" free updates
According to the official website of "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2," players will still get new content with the new free update. It will be available on Dec. 20 and it will consist of a free update for all players and exclusive content will be also available through the VIP corner.
Players will get a new skill for SSGSS Goku, which is the Awakened Skill Kaioken times 10. Hit will get a new skill too, which is the Awakened Skill Pure Progress.
A new event will happen in Conton City, which is the Frieza Siege. Players will have to defend the city against Frieza's Army. They will get 10 new Jersey costumes if they properly defend the city.
There are six new costumes and four new attacks to acquire with this new update. Evil Yamcha and a new Raid Quest will also be available with an exclusive title to win.
For the VIP corner, players will get five new teachers, which are Future Gohan, Bardock, Cooler, Android 16, and the great Whis. They will learn 20 new attacks from these teachers.
Check out the "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" Hit versus SSGSS Goku Gameplay video below:
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