Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is now officially out on all slated platforms. Xenoverse 2 is a follow up game from Bandai Namco after a successful launching of Dragon Ball Xenoverse. Earlier, the studio had offered several enjoyable experiences and bonuses to the fans through series of announcements and beta releases. They even promise a free content and a year of support for those who purchased the title prior to the game's release. However, recently, it was discovered that Bandai Namco has made some changes regarding the DLC support plan.
According to Game Rant, it was just less than twenty-four hours when Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was released when there are already some concerns on the changes in Steam listing of the game.
Redditor named Mkilbride has posted a screenshot regarding Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's Steam listing. As seen on the photo, the change removes the previous free content that Bandai Namco has originally promised. In addition, the studio is now offering six months of support instead of the former year.
Based on the report from Attack of the Fanboy, these reported changes might not please their fans probably since they were not informed a bit earlier. Currently, there's no official statement coming from the studio regarding the current issue. It also appears that the company had broken their promises to fans only after they purchased the game.
It might be too early to judge on this recent incident, however, it is a kind of situation that we are keeping an eye on. If Bandai Namco will continue to push through these changes, it would be a huge breach of trust and fans will inevitably felt betrayed.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Meanwhile, here is the original report regarding the DLC support plan dedicated to players who purchased the game.