Late last month, Bandai Namco Entertainment America hosted a special livestream, to show off the second pair of DLC characters coming to Dragon Ball FighterZ, Fused Zamasu and Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegito. However, there was also a special announcement made by Producer Masayuki Hirano, about the future of Bamco’s other Dragon Ball title: Xenoverse 2.
Acknowledging the team’s original promise to support the game for a year with post-launch content and updates has since passed, Hirano noted that they have continued developing the game, complete with releasing additional DLC characters like Dabura, Super Buu (Gohan Absorbed), Jiren The Gray, Ultra Instinct Goku and Fu.
Thanking fans for allowing them to support the game for a year and a half, Hirano promises even more content, DLC characters, and updates will be arriving to the game — in addition to a free update that will address the network connection issues many players have been experiencing while playing online. Skills, moves, and rules will also be adjusted to ensure a much more streamlined online experience across the board for all players.
Even with the release of a more traditional 2D game like FighterZ, (which just had a Nintendo Switch port announced at E3,) Bandai Namco aims to continue supporting both games so that everyone can continue to enjoy the Dragon Ball series of games for a long time to come. You can view Hirano’s full message below.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.