"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" just got a whole lot bigger with the addition of Hit, the legendary assassin from Universe 6 that was featured in the "Dragon Ball Super" anime.
Hit was part of the Universe 6 vs. Universe 7 tournament, where he dominated until it was discovered that he was cheating. Nonetheless, he is quite the fighter.
Bandai Namco Entertainment showed off the latest "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" character in a gameplay video where he prepared to battle Super Saiyan Blue Goku.
The fight was set in the Universe 6 vs. Universe 7 tournament stage, which was a nice touch and shows that "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is serious about bringing "Dragon Ball Super" elements to the sequel.
Super Saiyan Blue Goku will also be a playable character in the fighting game. Like Hit, he will be available on the game-disc on Day 1.
A few days ago, Bandai Namco treated fans with a look of Goku Black, the infamous villain from "Dragon Ball Super" that debuted in the Future Trunks arc.
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Prior to that, the developer also announced the addition of Cabba and Frost to "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" as downloadable content (DLC) characters.
Meanwhile, new details about the Raid Quests for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" have been revealed from the beta held for the game. The description as per Saiyan Island reads:
All Players in Conton City are participants in these event quests and must work together to achieve the objectives in a limited amount of time. Raid Quests are only available when connected to the XENOVERSE server, and any scheduled Raid Quests will be announced in Conton City. Check the News Board in the Reception Area for details.
Saiyan Island also acquired scans (see below) for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" featuring Trunks (with blue hair) as seen in "Dragon Ball Super" and a Great Ape Baby Vegeta boss battle among others.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Oct. 25 in North America and Oct. 28 in Europe. A personal computer (PC) version will be available globally on Oct. 28 as well.