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Oct 22, 2016 11:28 AM EDT

'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2’: Hit vs Future Trunks Gameplay [VIDEO]; Super Saiyan 3 Bardock Confirmed?


Bandai Namco Entertainment's "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" release date is just around the corner, but for those who are waiting restlessly for the upcoming role-playing video game to hit the store shelves on Oct. 25 are already going crazy as an exciting new video for the game have been released. Along with the new video is an introduction of a new playable character.

The Japanese video game publisher has rolled out a video footage that shows a breath taking showdown between Universe 6's Legendary Assassin Hit and "Dragon Ball Super's" blue haired Future Trunks. Both characters flaunt their ultimates in this fight at the West City Ruins stage. Towards the end of the footage, viewers are treated to what looks like a complete roster of characters. Aside from four locked slots, the rest are wide open, SaiyanIsland reported.

Bevies of other characters, including Cooler, Lord Slug and Janemba, are expected to join the brawl of the realms on "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2." Although they are not yet officially confirmed, the aforesaid characters are likely to get some radical overhauls, with some speculated to be originating from the film, TechnoBuffalo reported.

In other news, Super Saiyan 3 Bardock has been confirmed as a playable character for the highly anticipated sequel to "Dragon Ball Xenoverse." The two images in the video (shown below) came from the game itself, where Super Saiyan 3 Bardock squares off against Mira as part of the video game's story mode.

Super Saiyan 3 Bardock made his first appearance in the Japanese arcade game dubbed "Dragon Ball Heroes." Donning a mask as part of a gang known as the Time Breakers, Bardock was initially controlled by female evil scientist Towa. As soon as the mask broke wherein he returned to normal, Bardock was able to go to Super Saiyan 3 and then take on 'Super Mira.

Although Bandai Namco has not announced Super Mira for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" as of yet, multiple sources claim that the game is more or less following "Dragon Ball Heroes."

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