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'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' goes Super Saiyan later this year

Because you've always wanted to save Bardock from certain death.
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Dragon Ball Xenoverse, the brawler that launched a thousand Dragon Ball Z OCs (original characters), is getting a sequel, and it's being shown off at E3 this June. Unsurprisingly, it's called Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, and it looks a whole lot like the first game.

The game's slated for release this year for PS4, Xbox One and PC and is in development by DIMPS. The trailer shows off the usual suspects: Goku, Frieza, Trunks and what-have-you, suggesting that you'll be able to alter outcomes previously seen in the series in-game when it launches later this year.

Perhaps you'll be able to keep the Androids from terrorizing Future Trunks, or Frieza from killing off Goku's loved ones (good luck.) That's exactly the type of thing you could do in the previous game, but it also folded in elements of Dragon Ball Online as well. In short, it's definitely one for the fans.

Moreover, there'll be a brand new hub city, additional character customization options, and what we can only assume are more characters, period. Because if there's one thing the long-running (never-ending?) Dragon Ball series has no shortage of, it's personalities.

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