'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' Release Date Revealed, New Character & Multiplayer Mode Added; Which Epic Character Joined The Roster? Find Here!By Vinay Patel, UniversityHerald Reporter
Looks like a good news for "Dragon Ball" fans as Bandai Namco rolled out a brand new trailer for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2," teasing a slew of multiplayer features for gamers and an opportunity to try out the upcoming sequel to the first RPG-esque as the Open Beta is made available.
"Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2" Open Beta will be made available to the public so that players can get the hang of the new features that the game is slated to offer, Gamespot reported.
Although the team behind the purported title remained mum about the content that will be included, optimistic gamers are hoping for an opportunity to delve into the new Hub area, which is rumored to be seven times larger as compared to the original one from the first game.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" will unleash a brand new game mode dubbed as "Expert Mission," where in gamers come together to complete a mission online.
The said game mode will encompass six players as they take on a prodigious NPC player including Bardock or the great ape Vegeta. Moreover, the single-player features twice the number of quests than Xenoverse 1, parallel quests from the original title as well as a new system for rare item drops, which include accessories and costumes for their characters.
The trailer teased a slew of additions including Super Saiyan 3 forms for the Saiyans, Nimbus Cloud for human race, Kid Buu form for Majin race, Great Namek form for Namekian race and Golden Forms for Frieza race, Mobile&Apps reported.
Lastly, a new character is slated to join the "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" roster in the form of Majin Vegeta from the Buu saga. The character is described as a corrupted version of Vegeta during the Majin Buu saga.
In other news, Game producer Masaki Hirano recently hinted that the studio might consider the possibility of adding "Dragon Ball Super" episodes to "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" citing that the anime series is still ongoing.
In a bid to support the game, Hirano plans to collaborate with Bandai Namco and offer free game updates and paid DLC in the near future as players are likely to expect new content from "Dragon Ball Super" soon.
Black Goku and Future Trunks have already been rooted as pre-ordered DLC characters in the highly-anticipated sequel to "Dragon Ball Xenoverse."
Hirano and Bandai Namco guaranteed enhanced online content for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" allowing zealous gamers around the world to not only play but also interact with one another while doing quest or fighting in tournaments.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is slated to hit the store shelves on October 25 for Xbox One, PC and the PS4.