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Oct 21, 2016 07:29 AM EDT

‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2’ Trailer Reveals A New Playable Character [VIDEO]; See Details

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Looks like a good news for those restlessly waiting for Bandai Namco Entertainment's upcoming role-playing video game, "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2." The Japan-based publisher has uploaded a brand new trailer for the highly anticipated game.

The latest trailer gives fans a glimpse of a new playable character set to make an entry in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2." If the trailer is anything to go by, Dragon Ball Super's Hit will be joining the brawl when the game hits the store shelves on Oct. 25. Watch the brand new "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" trailer (shown below) featuring Hit.

For those unaware, Hit is the famed assassin who hails from Universe 6. Hit made an appearance during the Universe 6 saga where Universe 6 and Universe 7 squared off against each other in a giant tournament. Universe 7 comprises of Z fighters including Goku.

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is expected to include several characters from "Dragon Ball Super," including the notorious Goku Black, Frost and Kyabe. It's worth noting that Goku Black is the main heel of the arc following the Universe 6 saga, according to iDigitalTimes.

Goku Black will be up for grabs for those who pre-order the game. In addition, they will receive the Tao Pai Pai log that facilitates traveling in the overworld. Moreover, "Xenoverse 2" will feature a Deluxe Edition that will come with the Season Pass, in addition to a Collector's Edition that includes a special steelbox and a soundtrack CD, the Time Patroller's Guide, and a Goku statue.

Players of the first "Xenoverse" game will see significant enhancement in fighting and more customization options in the upcoming sequel; however, that's not all as Super Saiyan 3 will be a transformation for players' custom Saiyan character, and even Namekians and Buu characters will be able to transform into a Super Namekian and Super Buu, respectively.

Meanwhile, Toei Animation has announced that "Dragon Ball Super" will be officially subtitled in English starting Oct. 22 at 9:00 PM ET, SaiyanIsland reported. "Dragon Ball Super" episode 63 airs this week, and it will be streamed on AnimeLab, Daisuki, Crunchyroll.

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