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Bandai Namco has announced and released a new “Lite” edition of Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, allowing players to dip into the game for free with limited story availability yet compatibility with full (paid) editions of the game and support for downloadable content packs, along with the ability to transfer save data from the “Lite” edition to the full version of the game.
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 – Lite Version will be a condensed version of the full DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 game, featuring a selected number of story missions and online modes for players to compete in.
The game will be downloadable on PlayStation4 and Xbox One featuring:
- Five story episodes, ‘Raditz’s Attack’, ‘The Saiyan Threat’, ‘Ruckus on Planet Namek’, ‘The Ginyu Force Strikes’ and ‘The Galactic Emperor’, from the main game.
- Parallel Quests – Quests will unlock accordingly to the story episodes progression.
- Hero Colosseum mode, with all contents and online matches
- Online Battles and Online Quests, with the option to play against owners of the full version of the game (PS Plus or Gold Membership required)
- Offline Versus
- Photo Mode, also to be added to the full version of the game on 20th March
Most advanced online features like Expert Missions, Frieza’s Siege Events or Raid Events won’t be available on Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Lite Version. However, an owner of the full game will be able to invite a Lite Version player to play an online Raid mission.
Players who will purchase the full version of the game will be able to transfer their saves from the Lite version.
All DLC from Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be compatible with Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – Lite Version (Super Packs, Extra Packs, Anime Music Packs and TP medals Packs) but three DLC packs will have limitations with the Lite Version, as explained below:
Super Pack 3
- Bojack as a Master: 1 of the 4 quests from this master can’t be validated because it requires a story progression beyond the content available in the Lite Version.
- 5 Additional Skills: 2 out of the 5 skills can be acquired
- 3 Titles: Cannot be acquired since titles can only be acquired by completing all of the Master’s quest.
- 2 Street Names: Cannot be acquired since titles can only be acquired by completing all of the Master’s quest.
Extra Pack 1
- Zamasu as a Master: Very difficult to access in the Lite Version
- 8 New Super Souls: 7 out of 8 Super Souls can be acquired
- 13 New Skills: 10 out of 13 Skills can be acquired
- 1 Preset Chat: Can only be acquired as Master Quest completion award
- 3 Titles: Can only be acquired as Master Quest completion award
- 2 Street Names: Can only be acquired as Master Quest completion award
Extra Pack 2
- Exclusive New Scenario: Lite Version users can play up to “Completion Progress 40%”
- 8 New Skills: 6 out of the 8 skills can be acquired
- 2 Street Names: 1 out of the 2 Street Names can be acquired
Developed by Dimps for Bandai Namco, Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 is available worldwide for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC (via Steam), and Switch. In North America, the game launched for consoles 25 October 2016 with a PC release following 28 October 2016. In Europe, the game launched across all platforms 28 October 2016. In Japan, the game launched on the PlayStation 4 console 02 November 2016. The Nintendo Switch port was released in Japan and internationally in September 2017.