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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – New Multiplayer modes and game details revealed

Bandai Namco has revealed new some details about Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The big publisher has also released a new trailer, showcasing the new 6vs1 Expert Mission multiplayer mode of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

Players will be able to enjoy a variety of returning, enhanced and new online modes as they will be able to fight with their own unique avatars in ranked or un-ranked matches. Endless fights will also be available together with the choice of using zero stat avatars for the ultimate showdown in pure fighting skills. A new ground breaking 6vs1 Expert Mission mode will challenge even the best of players in a very entertaining way as six players try to take down a single NPC boss.

In other news, players will have the opportunity to embody one of the most awaited and emblematic characters from the Dragon Ball Z universe. The darkest side of Vegeta will get a chance to gain the upper hand once again as Majin Vegeta.

It’s also worth noting that the amount of quests has increased to twice the amount of the previous game as it will also include new versions of parallel quests from the first Xenoverse game as well as a new system for rare item drops that will allow players to hunt for their ideal costumes and accessories.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is slated for release on October 28th.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 - PC/PS4/XB1 - Fight Together (Gamescom Trailer) (English)

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