Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Collector’s Editions detailed

Time to get all ‘Super Saiyan’ again. The best news, it’s not too far off as Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 arrives this October!

Releasing on October 28th, 2016 the Collectors Editions and The PlayStation 4 Exclusive Deluxe Edition come with all new characters, stages and the all new open hub world of Conton City.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 seems to be growing on the originals concept even more so with it’s sequel. Promising to have a deeper level of character customisation and an even better storyline, these Collectors Editions and its Deluxe Edition for the game make it even more of a must buy!

Characters should really just talk things out!
A Mighty Fine Looking Goku Statue!
A Mighty Fine Looking Goku Statue!

At $189.95 the Collector’s Editions Available on Xbox One and PS4 Includes:

A seriously good looking Son Goku ‘Super’ Statue created by Master Stars. At 34cm’s tall and with incredible detail, it is a must for any fan. Also included is an Exclusive Box Design with a metal Shenron and a Time Patroller’s Guide and a physical copy of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

PS4 Exclusive Deluxe Edition
PS4 Exclusive Deluxe Edition

    At $129.95 The Deluxe Edition (On PS4 Only) Includes:

Physical Copy Of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2,  ‘Future Trunks’ early access playable character DLC and the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Season Pass. This includes 4 content packs with playable characters, episodes and quests, Masters and Masters quests, stages, skills, costumes and accessories.

On top of the above inclusions for both editions you can get an, as yet, unannounced playable character from Dragon Ball Super, if you pre-order the game for any of the platform choices.

Pre Order DLC
Pre Order DLC

Bandai Namco Entertainment have continued their tradition of an almost yearly release of their 30 Year long running Dragon Ball game series.

Last year we were all given the first Dragon Ball title in quite some time to veer from their usual formula. The level by level, saga retread was dropped and it was decided to add some major RPG elements into the games franchise. It wasn’t without its issues. But it was a breath of fresh air for long time fans looking for something a little different. With its open hub city world of Toki Toki, character customisation and the levelling up for loot which included even crazier costumes and items to wear.

In the meantime, while we all wait, check out the awesome new Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 trailer taken directly from the Los Angeles Anime Expo.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is scheduled to release October 28th, 2016 on PS4, Xbox One & PC


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