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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has New Characters but in reality Developers want to focus more On Single Players
"Dragon Ball" fans are speculating that the story plots of both the upcoming game "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" and the current anime series "Dragon Ball Super" may possibly be connected with each other.
he hype for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" gets even more intense as additional content keeps getting revealed before its grand release date approaches. Is Single Player the new star of the game?
So far, fans have already seen a huge chunk of content for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" few weeks from the release date. We've seen characters like Gojeta, Towa, Janemba, Turles, and even some bonus characters like Goku Black.
For those who have not seen it yet, aside from the earlier revealed Majin Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta happens to be in the game as well as shown.
Users posted several videos from the recent Games com and it hints one similar thing. The game will still play out the same, but with a smoother mechanic and easier control.
Even with the focus on Single Player, the developers still gave the multiplayer mode a nice face lift with the "Expert Mission." This mode lets players team up to take down boss characters as shown in the game play video shows below:
There aren't as many information regarding which bosses players will be able to take on together yet, but the video shows a number of popular Dragon Ball villains that might demand teamwork. This ranges from Oozaru, Broly and some over-powered villains like Goku Black.
There may also be special mechanics with certain bosses on Expert Mission mode. As shown in the video above, some players are holding Oozaru's tail while the other players bombard him with Ki blasts.
The Open Beta is now available for download, so for those who want to try out the game early on, they can have it downloaded from their respective platform stores like PlayStation Network, Xbox Live, and Steam.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" officially launches this coming October 27.