Thanks to Gamescom 2016, some new gameplay video has been revealed for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. The video takes a look at Android 16 in action.
Anime Games Online uploaded raw gameplay from Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 based on the new demo that was playable at Gamescom 2016.
The person playing the game notes that it performs faster than the first game. This is thanks to it being 60fps. In terms of gameplay, it still has the same camera viewpoint like it is in many other Dragon Ball games that have been released in the past.
This game also aims to do more things from an online multiplayer standpoint. One of the things fans wanted from this sequel is to make better online modes. In this sequel, there are more online modes than ever before. Another big request from fans is longer DLC support.
In the new game, there will be more content coming for at least 12 months after the game has come out. This means that Bandai Namco has the ability to add more characters and levels from Dragon Ball Super. As of right now, most content in the game focuses mainly on Dragon Ball Z. There is a chance more Super characters can be added months after release.