Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Update: SSR Black Goku And More Headlined For DLC Pack 3

It appears that fans of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be pleased of the upcoming DLC Pack 3. The brand new expansion pack for the game is set to arrive next month. Similar to the past two paid DLCs of the game, Pack 3 will add more playable characters such as Super Saiyan Rose Black Goku, Bojack and Zamasu. Furthermore, it was reported that Merged Zamasu and Super Saiyan Blue Vegito would be more likely to arrive in the game's final expansion pack.

It has been reported that the arrival of the three new characters in pack 3 was confirmed by a still image of a Japanese magazine. Meanwhile, the image also confirms the unique moves of Super Saiyan Rose Black Goku, which separates him from the pre-order version. The upcoming Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 3 is anticipated by the fans long before the DLC Pack 2 was announced.

On the other hand, there are no additional contents announced yet aside from the three confirmed characters. If anything happens, it proves that the recent datamining were accurate, excluding the two unannounced characters. Meanwhile, the image also reveals Bojack in Conton City, where he serves as a mentor who can share his fighting skills.

As mentioned above, the contents of the upcoming DLC remains unclear as to date. There is no evidence on what costumes or the number of moves a player can learn. With Bojack being a mentor, there is an assurance of four new moves coming. However, it is still unconfirmed if there are more.

Meanwhile, fans are hoping that Black Goku's costume becomes available in the upcoming DLC. In addition, fans are also greatly anticipating the arrival of Super Saiyan Rage Trunks. Perhaps, he would become available in the future DLC Pack 4 of the game along with the new Future Trunks arc campaign.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with an upcoming Nintendo Switch version as well.


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