Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Special Editions revealed

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Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will launch with multiple collectible editions for North American and European markets. The game will be released on October 25, 2016, for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Pre-orders of any version of the game (and some day one editions while supplies last) will receive an exclusive Goku Black playable character, featured in the new Dragon Ball Super series; as well as the Tao Pai Pai Stick vehicle, which allows you to travel around Conton City in style.

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The Deluxe Edition includes a copy of the game, early access to Future Trunks from Dragon Ball Super, and a season pass with access to 4 separate content packs. DLC will include new characters, episodes, quests, stages, skills, costumes, accessories, and more to be revealed at a later time. The Deluxe Edition will retail for $89.99, season pass for $29.99, and individual DLC for $9.99 each.

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The first Dragon Ball Xenoverse was released with a Collector’s Edition only available in Europe. This time around, North American fans will also be able to purchase a Collector’s Edition, which includes a copy of the game, an exclusive steelbook case, Time Patroller’s guide, official music soundtrack, and a detailed 13″ Son Goku Master Stars Piece statue.

The Collector’s Edition will retail for $149.99. Despite the high price tag, serious and casual collectors alike might find the Collector’s Edition worth the price, depending upon valuation of the Son Goku Master Stars Piece figure.

While Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 25th, it won’t be launched on Steam for PC until October 28th.

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