It’s expected there are around 24 stages in total for you to play in Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
Saiyan Island did a bit of research on the topic and reports there are 24 stages in Dragon Ball Xenoverse according to an early build of the game. The website has managed to officially confirm 15 stages that have been included so far.
The 15 stages confirmed so far in Dragon Ball Xenoverse are: Toki Toki City, West City, World Martial Arts Tournament, Space, Spaceship, Time Vault, Pod Landing, Mountains, Secret World of the Kais, Sky, Cell Games Arena, Kami’s Lookout, Plains, Planet Namek and Planet Namek (Ruins).
It’s worth noting some of the names of the stages might change when Dragon Ball Xenoverse releases early next year. Most of these stages will be familiar to fans as they’ve either featured before in other games and of course the anime series. It looks like the game focuses on Dragon Ball Z more than the Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball GT series.
The biggest thing about Dragon Ball Xenoverse is that you can create your own character. This character is heavily used in the game’s storyline as you travel through time to alter the events of the past.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse will be available for the PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360.