How corny are you going to look busting out a motion control Kamehameha in your living room? Bandai Namco's latest full promo for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is here to answer that and other questions, so see how the Switch version is shaping up after the jump.
One of the key draws of the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is the addition of motion controls, which are perfect for some of the series' most famous moves. It may be a brief clip, but these Joy-Con motions are on display in the latest TV commercial for Xenoverse 2, which immediately busts out an enthusiastic Kamehameha.
Back in May, Bandai Namco announced plans to bring Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to Nintendo Switch this fall. That time frame has been narrowed down to a concrete release date of September 22 in North America and Europe.
The next batch of paid content is on the way to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, with Bandai Namco lining up DLC #4 for June 27. This set includes the new Warrior of Hope Storyline, a new stage, parallel quests, new costumes, ultimate skills, and two new playable characters: Fused Zamasu and SSGSS Vegito. Read on for more.
Look, I know it might be hard to go back to thinking about previous Dragon Ball games now that Dragon Ball FighterZ exists, but it's Sunday. It's the day we watch Dragon Ball Super, and it's also Father's Day, so shout out to Goku, Vegeta, Krillin, Gohan, Bardock, Mr. Satan, and the rest of the dads out there! Now, about Xenoverse 2...
Last month Bandai Namco announced an April release window for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's DB Super Pack 3, which adds in new playable characters that mostly lean toward the Dragon Ball Super side of things. Read on for details and a gameplay video.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is about to get into some Future Trunks Saga action, and Bandai Namco Entertainment came through with details on the next western DLC release. DB Super Pack 3 introduces new playable characters, quests, skills, and more, and it's set to arrive in April. Read on for more.
If you're a Dragon Ball Xenoverse fan, you're no doubt familiar with the fact that you play as a special customizable Time Patroller. So it might be a little difficult to create a figure based on a character whose looks are constantly changing. Regardless, there's a Time Patroller figure you can grab that's available for preorder right now via AmiAmi. Hit the jump for a better look!
It's an absurdly super-powered showdown in the latest series of character clips for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which hits PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next week. Check out gameplay footage for Vegeta, Goku, and Future Gohan in Bandai Namco's videos after the jump.
Fresh off the recent reveal of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's Goku Black pre-order bonus, Bandai Namco Entertainment is here with some more Dragon Ball Super action. This time it's the reveal of Hit, legendary assassin of UNIVERSE 6, as a playable character.
We may not be able to legitimately watch Dragon Ball Super in English yet, but you'll soon be able to play as antagonist Goku Black in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The Super character will be available to all players who pre-order the game, and you can see his introduction in the trailer after the jump.
One of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's main hooks is online multiplayer, and what better way to illustrate the fun of the mode than a promo featuring Japanese comedians. Watch as comedy duo Maple Chogokin—which consists of Natsu Andou and Kaz Laser—play online with Yoshio Kojima and Dandy Sakano in the online preview after the jump.
Bandai Namco recently shared a new trailer for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which is currently in one of its beta phases this weekend. This video highlights one of the expert missions, specifically "Depths of Despair," which has the player teaming up with five other warriors to take on Vegeta in his Giant Ape form.