Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4 Livestream: What To Expect From Bandai Namco

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What to expect from this week’s livestream. [Image from Bandai Namco Facebook]

Despite all the hype for Dragon Ball FighterZ, Bandai Namco are still hyping Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4. Fans are still excited for the final DLC Pack, which will have an additional story chapter and two new characters. Like previous DLC, Bandai Namco has announced a livestream for it on June 22, which should be fun.

These livestreams are usually a chance to show off the new characters, or display the new customizable gear for avatars. A preview of the new story chapter could also be happening, though they won’t show anything too impactful for players. Free content will likely be brought up, since each paid DLC is released with a big update for everyone.

What To Expect On The Stream

Bandai Namco hyped up SSGSS Vegito and Fused Zamasu for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4, so expect them. These two characters had one hell of a fight in Dragon Ball Super, even though it didn’t last very long. Fans are also hoping to see the Super Saiyan Rage form of Future Trunks, though it might not get shown.

We will likely see the new moves available for the custom characters, which are always fun to see in action. In a previous datamine, fans confirmed that the Burning Kick of Future Trunks would be one of the new moves. Despite looking a bit tame, the finisher is fast, useful and does a decent amount of damage to the opponent.

When To Expect It

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC Pack 4 will be coming out this month, but no exact date has been given. It’s likely that the DLC will be available next week, with a livestream coming in June 22. Bandai Namco won’t delve into every single detail, but they will show off a number of the new content.

Seems like DLC Pack 4 will be the game’s last, though the developers have said fan demand can increase it. With Dragon Ball FighterZ coming to current-gen systems next year, this will likely be the last hurrah for Xenoverse 2. As last hurrahs go, this is a fairly good one, adding plenty of great content from Dragon Ball Super.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC. The Nintendo Switch is getting the game later this year, with motion controls that should interest gamers. Three of the four DLC packs are available now, including Super Saiyan Rose’ Goku Black, Zamasu, Cabba, Frost and more.

Also Read: Dragon Ball FighterZ: Nintendo Switch Release Possible If There Is Enough Demand, Says Producer

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