The game has been available for PC, PS4 and X1 since last year, but will arrive on Nintendo’s new console in a matter of months.

Namco was released last fall under the care of Namco Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which carried on the legacy of the first part of 2015. Fans were pretty much getting what they expected, as no very significant gameplay changes were made. Thus, we can meet and match almost all the better known warriors in the anime series. The battles are hosted by arenas based on already well-known venues.

The game only appeared on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the first round, but according to the latest news, it will also arrive on Switch this fall. This, of course, is redesigned to take full advantage of the console’s features. You can play up to six at a time against each other at the same time, but there are also several multiplayer game modes.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be released on Switch on September 22nd. To celebrate the premiere, the creators will make the first part of the one-story story in the Nintendo eShop available for free download for the next thirty days.


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