Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 is set for release later this year. It launches alongside a $150 collector’s edition, which features a steelbook case, the Time Patroller’s Guide art book, and a statue of Super Saiyan Goku.
The statue stands at 13 inches tall and features Goku in his Super Saiyan form. His clothes are ripped, which probably means he’s fresh from a fight or just wanted to show off his rockin’ bod. The collector’s edition also comes with the game’s soundtrack and Season Pass.
The game will get four DLC packs after launch, which cost $10 each. However, you can buy them all ahead of time in the Season Pass for $30. The DLC includes new characters, quests, stages, costumes, and more. If you just want the game and Season Pass, you can opt for the Deluxe Edition, which costs $90.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 releases on October 25 for PS4 and Xbox One. The PC version launches three days later on October 28. You can find out what’s new and improved in the multiplayer action game here.
It was announced last week that electronic DJ Steve Aoki would remix classic Dragon Ball Z songs and make an appearance as an in-game character. You won’t be able to fight against or as Aoki, but you will get the chance to see him in the game’s hub city of Conton.
It was recently revealed that a much-requested feature would make its way to the upcoming game. Players will have the ability to turn a created character Super Saiyan 3 in Xenoverse 2.
You can check out some footage from the game through the links below.
- Announcement Trailer
- Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 – GameSpot E3 2016 Interview
- Turles vs Future Gohan E3 2016 Gameplay Trailer
- Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 – AX 2016 Trailer