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‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' Arriving On Nintendo Switch This Fall; What Fans Can Expect

By Joseph St. James. , May 18, 2017 08:27 AM EDT
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"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" Switch version is arriving this fall. However, it will initially launch only in Japan. Though a Western launch is expected to follow, no definite date yet has been revealed by the publisher. (Photo : DBZanto Z/YouTube)

It appears that the wish of Nintendo Switch owners that they could play Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in their gadgets will be granted. A recent report revealed that a Switch version of the video game is arriving this fall. However, this version will only be initially released in Japan. There is still no word if Bandai Namco North America will also do the same.

Western Gamers Hope Their Version Will Follow

Some observers believe that the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Switch version launch will be global since the game has already been localized. Being available on many platforms, they expected that it would be a global release. Hopefully, Bandai Namco will hear the cries of its Western supporters and follow up the Japanese release with a launch in this part of the world.

What Can Be Expected In The Switch Version?

Anyways, here are the things that fans can expect from the Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. In this version, gamers will be able to relive the original story of Dragon Ball, travel through its history and protect important events in its universe. The Switch version also offers next-gen visuals that will put life to the anime on a higher level.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Nintendo Switch version will also bring in new characters and new boss fights. Its game world will be a brand new hub city that is seven times bigger than the original game. The game will be very interactive as well since 300 online players can play it simultaneously.

In its promo, Bandai Namco claimed that it developed a more in-depth character creation system and battle adjustments in the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Nintendo Switch version. It seems these include an Ad-Hoc Co-Op Play which is a first in this title. Also included are Two-Player Joy-Con Battles and Ultimate Technique with the Motion Sensor. The latter feature will give players the ability to project Kamehamas.

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