Free Update and First DLC Pack for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Arriving in December

By on November 22, 2016 at 11:00 am

New enemies incoming from Universe 6!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 may have just released in late October, but Bandai Namco just disclosed details surrounding additional content. There are two upcoming updates for the game, one that’s free and available to all, and another that is only accessible via purchase of the first DLC pack. Players can expect these new features to become available on December 20.

The free content includes new skills for SSGSS Goku and the professional assassin, Hit. Goku will receive the Awakened Skill Kaioken X10, and Hit will obtain his own Awakened Skill called Pure Progress.

This update will also include six new costumes for custom characters along with four additional attacks. Future Gohan, Bardock, Cooler, Android 16, and Whis will become additional teacher characters, allowing players to unlock 20 more iconic moves used by the mentors.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Hit Pure Progress
Perhaps the addition of new Awakened Skills to already existing characters foreshadows the inclusion of Goku Black’s Super Saiyan Rose form.

There is an abundance of additional content to be found in the title’s first DLC pack. Frost, a member of Frieza’s race, and the young Saiyan, Cabbe, (previously announced as Kyabe) are the two characters joining the time-hopping adventure. Hit will also join the ensemble of mentors, teaching players his set of killer moves. Players can expect to learn five new attacks total through the new DLC.

The First DLC pack is included within the game’s season pass, but can also be purchased separately. Those looking to read more in-depth about the upcoming content can check out Xenoverse 2’s official Facebook page. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is currently available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Sources: Bandai Namco, (Facebook), (Twitter)

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