Though its data was included in a patch to the game last week, and despite originally being listed for inclusion in Sony’s PlayStation Store update for last week, the first pack of downloadable content for Dragon Ball XENOVERSE did not actually make its way to consoles last week.
The European branch of Bandai Namco has announced that it will indeed make its appearance this week:
Included as a part of the first DLC pack will be three new playable characters (from Dragon Ball GT: Son Goku as a child, Trunks, and Pan), five costumes (including those for Lunch and Akkuman), fifteen new special moves, four Time Patrol quests, three Parallel Quest missions, two new masters (Tenshinhan and Yamcha), ten master quests, one new stage, three accessories, and nine Z-Soul items.
The pack will hit — at least for Europe — the Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms 17 March 2015, while it will hit the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 the next day on 18 March 2015.
Downloadable content packs will be released at a base price of $9.99 per pack, with a season pass available netting players interested in acquiring all three packs a $5 savings at $24.99.
Dragon Ball XENOVERSE — developed by Dimps for Bandai Namco — is the latest video game for the franchise on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.