'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' Debut Date Revealed: Anime Expo Trailer Unleashed; DJ Steve Aoki Is A Non-Playable Character

Fans of the legendary character Saiyan Goku will surely be happy to know that "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is set for a debut in the United States. Bandai Namco has already revealed the respective release dates for the game's coming out on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Meanwhile, an Anime Expo trailer for the title has been unleashed, featuring the game's main storyline.

 According to ComingSoon, Bandai Namco has officially release the debut dates for the highly anticipated "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" game. It will first arrive on Xbox One come October 25 and is scheduled for a PlayStation 4 release three days after on October 28.

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is currently being developed by DIMPS, an Osaka, Japan based video game company. The studio is also responsible for developing the original game in the series.

The sequel will have some interesting features to introduce. One is a remix selection of all musical tracks from the popular "Dragon Ball Z" universe courtesy of famed DJ Steve Aoki, from fan favorites "We Gotta Power" all the way to "Cha-La Head-Cha-La." In fact, Aoki will even make an appearance in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" as a non-playable character in the hub town of Conton.

ComicBook, on the other hand, reports the release of "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" Anime Expo trailer. The video, which was set for the Anime Expo 2016, provides fans a first look-see at the game's story. The aforementioned "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" trailer also served as an announcement of Bandai Namco and DJ Steve Aoki relationship.

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is deemed as one of the largest and best video game experience from the anime to date. With its promising features and additions, it will surely bring a new kind of excitement to the fans.

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" features most of the characters from the highly favorited anime created by manga artist Aira Toriyama.

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