Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Adds Assassin Hit From Anime
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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 just revealed that Black Goku will be included in the game. Now, it was revealed that the character Hit is appearing in the game. The assassin's participation in the game was confirmed by a recently released trailer.
Hit, Another Character On Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 created a lot of excitement for users of PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Bandai Namco, the creator of the game, just released another trailer for the upcoming game. The developer just confirmed that another character on Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 named Hit, who is a famous assassin from the "Dragon Ball Super' anime.
Hit will make Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 even more exciting. With the assassin being added to the roster, players will be able to recreate the battle scenes from the name, Game Transfers reported.
Other Features Of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
In a TV commercial, another player is suspected to be part of the roster - Frieza, one of the most iconic villains of the franchise, according to a report on Dual Shockers.
Additionally, the game will be completely different from its predecessor. Per Saiyan Island, there will be a new story mode, parallel quests, expert missions and master quests added to the gameplay of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. Bandai Namco still has not commented on what type of quests and story mode will be added in the game.
There are speculations that raid quests are about team missions that will need Time Patrollers and will be available only for a certain period of time. A Raid Quest will also be similar to Expert Missions, in which up to six players can participate.
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