Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 available for PC and Xbox One
Dragon Ball is a popular animated show that focuses on superhuman fighting skills that the characters use in order to overcome the perils that threaten to destroy their world. The popularity of the show has led to a series of video games based off it, mostly fighting games, which have been made with positive feedback. The latest Dragon Ball game is Xenoverse 2, the sequel to Dragon Ball Xenoverse, which has been praised upon its release, and where there’s success, there has to be a sequel. Depending on the popularity gained by this second installment, there’s a possibility for a Xenoverse 3 to enter development.
The first Xenoverse game focused on a linear single player experience while also adding MMO elements into the mix, like a world hub. Xenoverse 2 encompasses what a sequel is, meaning that it is bigger and better than the original. In the second game, players will be able to choose from more customization options when they are personalizing their characters, and hang out in a much bigger hub world, which is apparently 7 times bigger than the original, with support for up to 300 players at the same time.
From a visual point of view, Xenoverse 2 is also superior, looking better than its predecessor, and the animations and graphic effects that go on during the action parts will be more impressive and flashy.
As of October 25th, Xbox One players can go on the Xbox Store and choose one of the available versions of the game, which are the normal version, and the deluxe version. The deluxe Xenoverse 2 includes an extra character and a season pass. The game will also be made available for PC as of 27th, and can be bought off of Steam on launch day.
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