Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Update: Bojack And Other Two New Characters Revealed In The Latest Datamining

According to the current datamine that was identified, fans will have the chance to know that the content for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 3 will be. If the content that will be uncovered is indeed correct, it may seem to give an information about the characters for the next DLC pack. The previous DLC packs can offer fans two characters each. However, this one could give an additional five characters, provided that this is indeed true.

The video form Rhymestyle indicated that the players will be having Bojack and two unconfirmed fighters in its DLC Pack 3. Additionally, the three fighters Super Saiyan Rose, Goku Black and Zamasu might also be joining with them. As a whole, the content will make fans ecstatic since they might be adding more interest in its fighter/RPG hybrid.

The possible addition of Bojack into the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC might tell of a probably story scenario that will be likely based on his film. For the information of those who are not familiar with it, the film will have Bojack that might be invading Earth right after it will be trapped in the planet of King Kai, according to The BitBag. Goku is still in the afterlife, therefore Gohan and the Z Warriors would be responsible for stopping him.

It is also possible that this character will be interfering in other scenarios. Although this is just purely speculation as of now, it will still be interesting to witness a new character like Bojack that will join in the game. It is also with high hopes that this will lead to new variations for Trunks and Teen Gohan, especially because they have unique attires in this film.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is now available for Xbox One, PC and PS4. Any purchase of its season pass will give access to its future content. There will also be a free DLC that will be given on the paid packs, such as the costume that is now available.

 

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