Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Release Date, Update: Trailer Showcases New Additions; Arrives Next Week

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 players are expecting Yamcha's raid quest this weekend. Next week, Bandai Namco will bring exciting features in the game. With the recent trailer released by the developer, players are hoping to have a worthwhile game time.

What Will Be Included In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's Next Update?

Fans should brace themselves because the paid DLC of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will include new characters such as Cabbe and Frost. The paid DLC will be available for both Xbox One and PS4 users and can be downloaded on Dec. 20. 

On the other hand, the free DLC released last Dec. 15, has introduced new skill for SSGSS Goku called Awakened Skill Kaikoken x10. Hit also received a new skill called Awakened Skill Pure Progress in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

The free DLC also includes six new costumes, four new skills and Frieza's event called Siege event. The players who participate in the event will further receive 20 jersey costumes. Bandai Namco explained that the free DLC is a preparation for the upcoming paid DLC.

Two New Characters Will Be Introduced On The Next DLC In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

According to Attack of the Fanboy, the second DLC pack of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will add Champa and Vados. The former is the brother of Baerus and called god of destruction from Universe 6. He likes to eat and is not considered as an evil character in the animated series, "Dragon Ball Super."

Vados is the assistant of Champa. She is one of the most powerful characters in the whole Dragon Ball universe and the good news is that players can choose her as a playable character. But the next DLC has no definite release date yet.

Players are still waiting for the official announcement from Bandai Namco whether the next DLC is set to be released next month. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 fans are just overjoyed with the free patch and now they will be getting new DLC again.

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