Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Nintendo Switch Release Date Announced, New Screenshots
Bandai Namco revealed today that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will indeed be launching for the Nintendo [...]
Bandai Namco revealed today that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will indeed be launching for the Nintendo Switch in North American on September 22. The game has been out since last October on other platforms, but the Nintendo Switch will have some exclusive features that make the game worth checking out -- not the least of which being the ability to take the game on the go and get your Dragon Ball fix whenever and wherever you want!
Additionally, the Nintendo Switch version will features options to use motion controls to pull off some of the most iconic moves in the Dragon Ball universe. You know when you're home alone you're totally going to use motion controls to pull off a Kamehameha or Spirit Bomb. You'll also be able to gather some friends and duke it out with multiple Nintendo Switches via ad-hoc multiplayer. Local battles using two Joy-Con and one system are also possible.
"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 builds upon the highly popular Dragon Ball Xenoverse with enhanced graphics that will further immerse players into the largest and most detailed Dragon Ball world ever developed. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch includes Nintendo Switch-specific features and a different way of playing with your friends both locally and online."
Switch specific controls and functionality, for example perform the Kamehameha and Spirit Bomb with the Joy-Con motion controls.
Six player local play mode (additional Nintendo Switch units required).
Use individual Joy-Con controllers to play the game with a friend locally.
Relive the Dragon Ball story by time traveling and protecting historic moments in the Dragon Ball universe.
More in-depth avatar creation system and battle adjustments compared to Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
Various new screenshots of the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 were also released today, which you can check out in the gallery below. Things are looking much better and much sharper than before. Most of the aliasing we saw in earlier screenshots is gone now, and the port seems like it was handled with care. Stay tuned to WWG for more.0comments