‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2’ Latest News: Bandai Namco Releases Final Free DLC Pack; Plans To Release Nintendo Switch Version

At last, Bandai Namco Entertainment has finally rolled out the remaining free DLC pack of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The latest news indicates that the publisher also released a number of items during the past three days. Among the items included in the first batch of releases are clothes for Bido, Bojack, Bujin and Kogu.

The DLC Pack Contains New Sets Of Clothes, New Skills And Many More

According to the latest news, Bandai Namco also released additional items in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 free DLC pack. These items include Bojack's bandana, Magetta's head, Bujin's turban, Future Trunk's sword, Kogu's bandana, the Great Priest's ring and Angol's helmet and gas mask. The publisher also released some modifications to these items on the third day.

The final free DLC pack of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 also included a set of clothes for the Great Priest, a new suit for Magetta, and new attire for Future Trunks taken from Dragon Ball Super. In addition to these tangible items, the DLC pack also unveiled a number of skills or fighting techniques such as the Black Kamehameha, the Aura Slide, the Divine Lasso, the Sudden Death Beam and the Divine Retribution.

A Switch Version Is Coming

The latest news also indicates that Bandai Namco is planning to migrate Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 to the Nintendo Switch. In its March 2017 balance sheet presentation, the publisher announced that it intends to release the video game's Switch version in its current fiscal year which will end on March 31, 2018.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is already playable on Xbox One and PS 4 since October last year. Bandai Namco also released its PC version through Steam in the same period. If nothing goes wrong, die-hard fans of the video game will be able to play it in their Nintendo Switch no later than March 31 of next year. The publisher could issue more updates in this regard, so fans should watch out.

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