Dragon Ball Xenoverse will not be receiving anymore DLC update, just as the game's official world tournament ends. Bandai Namco confirmed that the fight between the remaining two players was "recorded and displayed" on the official YouTube channel. Oddly, the company did not give a link to that video. The event ends almost two months of competition between top players for the videogame based on the popular long-running animated series. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is currently available on all major console platforms including the PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Film Promoted in Dragon Ball Z: Xenoverse DLC 3
Bandai Namco Games Entertainment took part in promoting Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F. The videogame giant did this by including three characters from the film in their latest DLC Patch 3, which was released on June 9. DLC 3 is now available on all versions of Dragon Ball Z: Xenoverse.
Those include super Saiyan God, Super Saiyan Goku, Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan Vegeta - according to Attack of the Fanboy. The DLC pack also includes the characters Golden Frieza, and Jaco the Galactic Patrolman.
There are also five parallel quests and eight master quests. New accessories include Tagoma's Scouter and Turtle Hermit set. DLC 3 features seven Z-souls and 14 moves. Two additional Masters, Jaco the Galactic Patroller and Elder Kai, will be included.
The DLC 3 pack will need to be purchase separately from the game. However, Season Pass buyers will get the new DLC at no extra cost. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is playable on the on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.
What to Make of the Leaked Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Screenshot
However, game watchers quickly called the validity of the screenshot into question. PushSquare observed that a comma was placed between the words June and 2016. The publication went on to say that putting a comma between the month and year is a grammatical practice not normally used by major gaming publishers.
This development does not necessarily prove that a Xenoverse 2 is not possible. Even so, it is still too early to say whether Bandai is working on the fabled sequel.
Keep in mind that the original Xenoverse videogame was launched just this year. It is no secret that videogame development is notoriously demanding. So, it is looking even more unlikely that the Xenoverse sequel is launching immediately next year.
There is also the possibility that Bandai Namco is not ever planning to release a Xenoverse sequel. In June, the Japan-based firm ended support for Dragon Ball Xenoverse with the final downloadable update, dubbed "DLC 3."