Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Dabura, Buu (Gohan Absorbed), Master Zamasu DLC

It’s not over yet for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as the game is getting brand new DLC, confirming a rumor from back in June! King of the Demon Realm, Dabura makes his way to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 along with the Gohan-absorbed form of Super Buu! Zamasu.

Zamasu will also be available to teach created characters his attacks as a master / mentor!

The scan below mentions Nintendo Switch and PS4 specifically since those are the platforms the game is on in Japan, but we surely expect this expansion to made its way to Xbox One and PC/Steam as well! This expansion pack DLC is expected to be released on an unannounced date later this year.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: Dabura, Buu (Gohan Absorbed), Master Zamasu DLC

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an action-fighting game with MMO and RPG elements in development by Dimps. It was published by Bandai Namco Entertainment for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on October 25 and in Europe on October 28. The PC version was released on October 28. The Nintendo Switch version is scheduled for September 7 in Japan and September 22 in Europe and North America.

  • Megalan

    People are actully deleting my comments, wow…

  • A crazy fellow

    also the same reason any transformation of frieza between first and last form, why cooler final form isn’t here. neither is bojak’s transformation, broly’s super saiyain I can go on and on, usually in between transformations don’t make it to the final cut

  • A crazy fellow

    IDK the xenoverse series has been disappointing so far it just doesn’t pack as much attention to combos, clashing beams, destructible environments (like really destructible I am talking mountains bursting and buildings shattering) like earlier games from the tenkaichi budokai or raging blast series.

    It would fine if xenoverse had enough soul into it to stand on it’s own, xenoverse’s gimmick is cac but it really doesn’t do that too well I had much more customization options in rb compared to a game whose whole selling point is customization, most cac basically look the same.I can’t choose aura or fighting style either. The transformations are better but not good enough with too much attention to saiyans (like always) becoming a giant sounded much better in paper (drools over thought of being a giant in attack on titan and eating people alive) but it sucks, purification seriously why couldn’t you like absorb your current master and get a buff based on how strong they are and inherit their fighting style but not move list. I can’t really complain about humans, they tried their best I guess I guess we could like become androids permanent buff IDK.

    I’ve always a decent dragonball arena fighter game with updated graphics and a decent rooster what I get instead is a wannabe rpg and a pimped out mugen game, which I wanted for a really long time but still it doesn’t fill that gaping hole in my heart.Who knows maybe they’ll make decent dbz arena fighter eventually.