'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' DLC Excludes Kid Goku, Kid Krillin, Master Roshi; Fans' Requests May Change Roster

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC is coming out with characters that have been highly requested by players. However, a YouTube video by "The Ninja Spooky" revealed that Bandai Namco might not include the iconic Dragon Ball original characters, including Kid Goku, Kid Krillin and Master Roshi.

Although Cell's Perfect form has already been revealed, his second form has been excluded in the upcoming DLC along with Buu's absorbed forms and any of Freiza's pre-final transformations. Moreover, it still remains to be seen whether "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC will actually bring the fan-favorite characters with it.

Rumors claimed that "Dragon Ball GT" fighters might be included such as a child version of Goku. Super 17 is also expected to join in along with Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta who was once a pre-order exclusive bonus character in the first iteration of the game.

Aside from the characters that "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC is set to bring, the game's storyline is expected to include more features such as the "World Tournament" and "Expert Mission" modes. The "World Tournament" mode is a feature that does not have any ring outs while "Expert Mission" is a mode that allows players to team up to complete an online mission. Six players are suggested to battle with a gigantic NPC player similar to a great ape Vegeta or Bardock.

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC is also suggested to feature a single player mode that has more parallel quests, new character costumes and accessories and a new system for rare item drops. Players will also be given the chance to participate on the reportedly upcoming beta version which will highlight many multiplayer features.

The upcoming "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC is currently slated to launch on Oct. 25 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC while a Season Pass will be offered at $29.99. Meanwhile, watch the "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DLC trailer here.

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