Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4 is the final piece of paid content coming to the MMO-lite fighter. Considering how well received the third pack was, it’s easy to see why fans want the fourth one out ASAP. While a release date hasn’t been given, Bandai Namco have confirmed that the final pack will be out in June.
Not much is known about the final DLC Pack, though there are a few things we know about it. SSGSS Vegito or SSB Vegito was confirmed after the first DLC release and we will see him added in June. Many have also assumed that the new Vegito form would also lead to Merged Zamasu, the arc’s final villain.
Super Saiyan Rage
Whether he’s an update or paid content, fans want Trunks’ newest form in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4. Trunks was the lead character for the arc, so it only makes sense to add his Super Saiyan Rage form. Currently, the Dragon Ball Super version of Trunks can only go Super Saiyan 2, so an update would help alot.
A new arena will likely come as well, so expect to see the ruined city from the Goku Black arc added. We got the Universe 6 one from the second DLC Pack, so the ruined future city has to be next. All of the moves from Goku Black and Zamasu are available already, so we could see newer ones added somehow.
More Online Content
During the last DLC trailer, multiple online tournaments and boss raids were announced, along with Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4. Some of the tournaments have themes, including fighting against the Z Warriors and the villains of Dragon Ball Z. These will definitely keep the game alive for some time, given the audience that it has attracted throughout the years.
We can also expect more Parallel Quests to be added to the game, since they usually aren’t announced till the release. Expect difficult fights against SSGSS Vegito, Merged Zamasu and much more, given the recent quests added to the DLC Packs. Finishing these quests should also lead to more moves and uniforms, whatever they end up being when the DLC releases.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now on the PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC, with a Nintendo Switch version in the works. Currently, three of the four DLC packs have been released, all of which can be purchased via the US$39.99 season pass.