‘Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2’ Latest News: Final DLC Pack 4 For Release In June

The Final DLC Pack 4 of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be released next month. This latest news was confirmed by Bandai Namco, the publisher of the video game. There are reports saying that a secret playable character will be introduced in this expansion pack. New super attacks are reportedly included in this latest DLC as well.

The DLC Pack 4 Comes With Many Treats

Rumors are going around among Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 fans regarding the possible contents of its Final DLC Pack 4. The latest news is that there's a collection of many things that will please the players of the video game. But one thing is sure: this DLC pack will be available sometime next month.

There Could Be Two Scenarios

The latest news about Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 also indicates that the story of the Final DLC Pack 4 will be about the superheroes of the anime joining together to fight Zamasu. This villain is an Ultra beast that makes life difficult for a lot of characters in the anime. It seems it will take the entire superheroes joining their forces together to bring down this formidable antagonist.

Additional information coming from Bandai Namco revealed that the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Final DLC Pack 4 will also feature the Future Trunks Saga based on the Dragon Ball Super anime series. Fans of the video game will only have to wait a few weeks to learn which of these possibilities will turn out to be real. Perhaps, both scenarios will be featured in the upcoming expansion pack.

A Switch Version Of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Is Coming

In a related development, it seems there are plans to make a Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The latest news says this video game version will come out by March 31, 2018. Apparently, Bandai Namco plans to introduce it first in Japan. The company revealed this during its financial presentation of its fiscal year which ended on March 31, 2017.

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