Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Release Date Confirmed, Features Steve Aoki
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 releases this fall with an in-game appearance by Steve Aoki.
Bandai Namco has confirmed the release date for Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2. The multiplayer action game is set for an October 25 release on PS4 and Xbox One--it comes to PC on October 28. The publisher also announced that the upcoming game will feature Grammy-nominated DJ Steve Aoki as both a musical contributor and non-playable character.
Aoki will remix some classic Dragon Ball Z songs, such as the original and second themes, "Cha-La Head-Cha-La" and "We Gotta Power." Additionally, you can find Aoki in the game's hub city, Conton, as an interactive character. Aoki says he "jumped at the chance to contribute [his] talents and leave [his] personal impact on the series" he grew up with.
You can find out what's new and improved with Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in GameSpot's overview article. To name a few, the customization system has more options, the hub city is larger, and the frame rate has been doubled.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's announcement trailer features scenes from the series' past including the annihilation of Bardok at the hands of Frieza and a particularly powerful scene with Trunks and Gohan. Additionally, you can watch Turles vs. Future Gohan in some gameplay footage here.
Producer Masayuki Hirano joined us on GameSpot's live at E3 stage show to talk about the game's huge world and multiplayer mode. You can watch the whole interview here.
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