DB Super Pack 1 Available Now For Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Details Here!

By R. A. Jayme - 22 Dec '16 05:30AM

"Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" DB Super Pack 1 has been released. It will be adding two new characters (and more) to the game. Both new characters were revealed to be from the "Dragon Ball Super" anime: Cabba and Frost.

As it was said, this first DLC pack which is purchasable individually and available through Season Pass, will contain 2 new characters from the still airing "Dragon Ball Super" anime: Cabbe and Frost. However, the good news is that it will also feature new parallel quests, costumes, attacks and much more, according to PC Invasion.

The "Dragon Ball Super Pack 1" promises "new, exciting content with the addition of characters from the latest series." This includes Cabbe in his Super Saiyan transformation and Frost in his final form.

That is not all. Players can avail its free updates that will enable new skills, new costumes and new attacks. The most highlighted feature is the players chance to defeat Frieza in Conton City in the Frieza Siege Event to win special items and titles, as Gamasutra reported.

Meanwhile, the " Masters Pack" will be offered to players that containing 5 new teachers or known as Super Souls and up to 20 additional attacks to learn from them on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One via the BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe VIP Corner right here. This update will be available automatically on December 20th on STEAM.

DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 has been available since October 28th 2016 in Europe, Middle-East, Australasia and Africa for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC Digital on STEAM®.

For more information about "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" head to the official website on hereAccording to Xbox Hub, local digital stores such as Xbox Games Store are selling the "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" super pack $8.00 USD. The following video gives players a hint on what to expect from the Super Pack. Here's a Super Pack DLC trailer:

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