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Video: Extremely Brief Trailer Teases SSGSS Gogeta For Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

SSGSS Gogeta is officially joining the cast of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as part of the fighting game’s Extra Pack 4 DLC, which enables fans to witness the ultimate power of Goku and Vegeta’s fused form. Players will also be able to take on the role of the film version of Broly, whose powers have been increased to match or even exceed that of Goku, allowing him to fight with pure battle instinct. To learn more about what’s included in Extra Pack 4, click here and check out the official teaser trailer below:


  1. I like this game, idk why so many people hate on it. I would never play it as a competitive fighter, but it’s campaign is brilliant in my opinion. I loved making my own guy in the Dragon Ball universe and seeing the interaction between the non-canon movie characters interact with the regular story. Good game overall. :)

    1. Story-wise its kinda a retread of Xenoverse 1 with only redoing the Z Saga with minor changes like adding Android 16 and such, I am for one wanting them to stop with the DLC and just get to Xeno 3 as the game is already like 3 years old at this point and besides the cutscenes or that UI story update all the new characters they been adding for the most part just reuse character models from the base game but charge 7.99 for them. SSGSS Gogeta here is literally the SSJ Gogeta from the base game with just 1 new move animation and blue hair.

      1. +Jac Thiebeau They actually said from the beginning that this game was going to be treated as a platform similar to Street Fighter V. What’s the point in making DBX3 when they can just keep adding to this 1? And before you ask “Can’t the same be said for the first game?”, the gameplay for the first DBX was actually quite bad so they revised it for this game. There’s only so much you can do with patches and rebuilding a game’s core mechanics is not 1 of them.

      2. +Jac Thiebeau
        Well of course! The DLC packs for this game are dirt-cheap compared to Street Fighter V. The last pack that added Kefla and Baby only was £6.49.
        Dragonball Xenoverse 2’s DLC comes to around £40-£50 while Street Fighter V’s is over £70 JUST for the characters!
        You can’t expect DBX2’s DLC to match SFV’s DLC and for it to be cheaper, that’s not how business works.

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