Bandai Namco have released new screenshots for the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4 coming out this June. We see SSGSS Vegito and Fused Zamasu on a brand new arena, based on the ruined city of the arc. To make things even better, it looks like the publisher is also teasing the mysterious Super Saiyan Rage form of Trunks.
On the publisher’s official Facebook page, they shared four pictures of the final DLC pack, one of which is Trunks. His eyes are covered in shadow and it looks like the Half-Saiyan is going to beat up Zamasu real bad. While the form itself hasn’t been shown, it seems like the publisher is teasing it for fans that cannot wait.
The Fury of Trunks
Everyone was hoping to see the new form included in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4, and it looks like that’s happening. Despite no explanation behind the transformation, it was one of the most memorable moments in the Goku Black storyline. Here is hoping that the form comes with a few new moves, like the Spirit Sword he used on Zamasu.
It will be interesting to see if the Super Saiyan Rage form is added to the existing character as DLC. Considering how SSR Goku Black was a separate character, there’s a good chance that this Rage form is one too. Whatever ends up being the case, it’s clear that Bandai Namco are ending the game’s DLC support with a bang.
Release Date Reveal Soon?
Now that the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4 has screenshots, a release date for it must be nearby. In the album it said the final DLC is coming out “soon,” though we know it will happen in June. Here is hoping that the date in June is released soon, so that fans can play the final story segment.
Expect new moves and attires to be part of the final DLC Pack, like the Spirit Stab of SSGSS Vegito. Fused Zamasu and Super Saiyan Rage Trunks might also have new moves, so that should be fun for veteran players. New Parallel Missions will likely be added as well, since they’re never advertised on the DLC Packs for some reason.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Three of the four DLC Packs are available now, which can all be purchased via the season pass. The Nintendo Switch version comes out this Fall, with ad hoc multiplayer and motion controls.