New 'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' DLC On February 27 Confirmed To Be Free; Get All The Details Here

By Allan , Updated Feb 26, 2017 11:41 PM EST

A new “Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2” is scheduled for release on February 27 and Bandai confirms it will be free for everyone to download. Along with their confirmation, details of the second update are also released which includes new missions, attacks, new characters and much more.

Bandai has just confirmed the coming of a second DLC pack this month and will be free for everyone to download according to PSU. The new DLC will include many new features and content that will surely excite the game’s players.

For starters, the game will include two new costume called Bido and Zangya, new metal cooler’s suit and clothes for Android 15, and 2 new missions in an expert category for Janemba and Broly. There will also be 5 new attacks and a new set of rules in playing the Tenkaichi Tournament.

The new rules include requiring players to fight a similar character like “Yamcha Tenkaichi, “Goku Tenkaichi” and “Pan Tenkaichi”. As for the Group Tenkaichi, players are only allowed to choose a character from the same group. For instance, only GT characters can play in the “GT Cup”

Furthermore, just a day after the release of the second DLC pack, Xbox Achievements reports a new DLC will arrive bringing in more impressive game content and features.  This includes two new characters to play with namely Vados and Champa, a new stage U7 Tournament stage, and eight new attacks to master. There will also be 3 new costumes, a new vehicle called the Saiyan space pod and last but not the least, the Super Souls and Emotes.

Bandai Namco’s “Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2” is one of the most anticipated games in 2015. It was initially released only for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One but eventually was made available in Microsoft Windows and soon in Nintendo Switch this year. The game features 68 characters to play with which include the fan favorite “Goku Black” from the “Dragon Ball Super”.

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