Bandai Namco recently counted down to a new Dragon Ball game announcement, and now that it's over, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has officially been revealed. The sequel is currently in the works at Osaka-based developer DIMPS, with a 2016 launch planned for Japan, the Americas, and Europe. More after the jump.
A third DLC pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse is scheduled for release this April, and one of the major additions is Gold Frieza from the upcoming Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F movie. Hit the jump for more.
It seems like Dragon Ball XenoVerse might really have it all: new villains, time travel, and an original story that gives you a whole new look at DBZ's timeless tale. But even with all that, is the formula still staying strong, or changing at all? Hit the jump to find out all about what this new title has to offer!
Last weekend Bandai Namco promoted fighting game Dragon Ball Xenoverse by allowing wannabe saiyans to try out the strength of their own Kamehamehas with a giant display at Parco in Shibuya, Tokyo. Netageo was on site and caught some of the action. Get a look after the jump.