Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Beta Review; Pretty Much The Same With Xenoverse 1?

Bandai Namco's second Dragon Ball Xenoverse will hit the stores next month. However, players were given a chance to experience the game's gameplay beforehand with its beta version just released recently. As of this writing, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 beta version received a fairly positive review from most of its gamers and the list will be expected to grow since many gamers were not able to share their experiences just yet.

According to the Attack of the Fanboy, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 offers better and bigger ways compared to the Xenoverse 1. One of the highlights of the first Xenoverse game is the in-depth character creation which was improved drastically in the sequel. Players are now able to play with various types of faces, hairstyles and more. There are 5 available races to choose upon creation and after that, the created character will be added to the massive list of Dragon Ball in-game rosters ready for action.

The game's elements also allow players to tune-up their character's abilities based on the preferred play style. Numerous gears, skills and stat upgrading are also available to keep your engagement to the game. Aside from that, it seems like there is nothing major regarding on the changes made to the upcoming sequel. It has been said that it is pretty much the same with its predecessor.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's main highlight is the story and combat which brings more hype to the fans of the franchise. Xenoverse 2's plot is that you are assigned to team up with the heroes of Dragon Ball universe to stop the bad guys from their plans of altering the events of notable moments in the history of the series. In addition, the gameplay on the other hand is fast-paced while combos are a lot of fun.

However, some problems occurred on the ally AI, as there were several times that the AI characters of the same team just stool still during battle while enemy AI did actually functions well. Servers were also stable which has not caused any disconnections and lag. Finally, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 shows some developments over the first game. Additionally, some of the features were locked down on beta. That means we will just have to wait for the game to be launched completely next month.

 

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