'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' Gameplay Showcasing Frieza, Cooler Final Form & Hit [VIDEOS]By Vinay Patel, UniversityHerald Reporter
Frieza is one of the most popular heels in "Dragon Ball Z," who acts as Goku's main adversary in the manga and anime. Just a few days ahead of "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" release date, he can be seen in action through the said game.
Aside from Frieza, his elder brother Cooler has also received a trailer of his very own in "Xenoverse 2." For those unaware, both Frieza and Cooler are the descendants of King Cold, who in turn is the offspring of Chilled. It can be recalled that Chilled was the first of the bloodline to clash with the daunting potency of the Super Saiyan, and in turn, helped to create its legend.
Recently, "Dragon Ball" fans were treated to a brand new trailer showcasing an epic showdown between Hit and Super Saiyan Blue Goku, and just like in "Dragon Ball Super," Hit doesn't seem to be holding back anything, Forbes reported.
Moreover, it looks like Hit's ability to Time Skip has been given a brand new look in "Xenoverse 2." Time Skip basically alludes to the moment where the user of the move can pause the time for a tenth of a second and move without any sort of restraint in that period.
Goku is able to develop resistance to Hit's Time-Skip abilities in the "Dragon Ball Super" manga and anime, but Hit manages to enhance his abilities again. In other words, both characters push each other to up the ante in terms of their respective skill sets in the process. That being said, it's worth noting that in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2," the aforesaid Time-Skip ability seems to be more cinematic rather than useful.
Meanwhile, Bandai Namco is on a roll as the game developer continues to release short gameplay trailers showing off the characters of its upcoming role-playing video game, "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" in their Final Form, Gematsu reported.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is slated to hit the store shelves on Oct. 25 in North America and Oct. 28 in Europe, and for PC (via Steam) worldwide on Oct. 28. Watch the footage below: