Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – E3 2016 Screenshots & Trailer

Bandai Namco today revealed the E3 2016 screenshots and trailer for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is slated for release during winter 2016.

Based on the massive success of the first game, Xenoverse 2 will be an action-fighting game with MMO and RPG elements. Players will be able to power-up characters and explore the vast Dragon Ball universe.

As the press release reads:

“As history is being attacked and altered by evil intruders, players will have to become Time Patrollers in order to protect the Past and the Future of the Dragon Ball world. New and powerful foes coming from Dragon Ball movies (such as Slug, with more to be revealed) will do their best to succeed in their wicked deeds. To fight them, Time Patrollers will gather in a huge new city that is 7 times bigger than “Toki Toki City” from the previous game. Conton City is the name of the new main hub where all players can undertake quests, train at school, enter fights, shop and more. On top of a massive city that will allow for up to 300 simultaneous players, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment and DIMPS have implemented new exciting features: including that each playable race will have different rewards for their missions.”

Enjoy!

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 - PS4/PC/XB1 - Turles vs Future Gohan (E3 2016 Gameplay Footage)

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