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The second DLC for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will arrive in February

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Bandai Namco has made clear on several occasions that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will have DLC’s that will broaden the content to a greater or lesser extent, by adding content of characters from Dragon Ball Super, techniques, vestments, teachers or missions.

On this occasion, and after the update which received Xenoverse 2 December, Bandai Namco announced that new outfits, accessories and new attacks will come, in a major free update. The update also will include some rules new to the tournament world, although also is said that will have a new level maximum. While the level 80 not is a level too far for that play from the launch (us have stalled in them 60, friends), itself was something that is needed do to enhance the realization of fighting.

On the other hand, the DB Super Pack 2 adds two new characters: the God of the destruction of the universe 6, Champa, and her teacher, Fords. Both characters will be controllable. Also, is les une a new stage, 8 new technical, 3 costumes, the capsule of attack (that used them Saiyan to move is) as transportation, new super souls, and new content argument. This content will alter the story and we will see both Champa Fords go to Conton City.

This Super Pack 2 DB will be part of the Season Pass, but you can also be separately during February. However, still not been specified day, although we know that it will be available at any time of the month.

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Remember that Cabba and FrostDragon Ball Super characters, are available from December, along with new content update.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available for the PS4, Xbox One and PC (Steam). In addition, will be a version for Switch. You can read the analysis that you did here.

Source | Bandai-Namco (press release)

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