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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 3 Release Date And Latest Updates

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has already sold over 15 million copies worldwide, so a third game in the renowned fighting RPG series seems inescapable. This is especially true given how popular the Dragon Ball franchise has become and how strong it is still.

The game needs the players to thwart the evil doings of time-traveling baddies from messing with the timeline by traveling through pivotal times in Akira Toriyama’s cherished manga and anime series. The game provides fans with the opportunity to take part in their favorite battles from the franchise while experiencing the original tale with hard-hitting 1V1 gameplay. So with all that at hand, here’s what to look forward to.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 3 Release Date

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which went live in October 2016 and has been out for almost three years, is still going strong. In February 2015, a little over a year after the first game’s release, the sequel hit the stores. Given that previous Xenoverse games were revealed less than a year before their original release date, an announcement at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June could pave the way for an early holiday launch.

Another possible speculation is that the game developers may have been holding out for the launch of next-gen gaming consoles like Sony’s PS5 that came out in 2020.

Let us tell you that all of this is just fan theories and speculations as Bandai Namco hasn’t jumped in to confirmed the official release date of Xenoverse 2.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 3 Campaign Story

During the dying minutes of Xenoverse 2, Goku suggested a notion to find the time patroller from the Orignal Xenoverse game to duel and see who is the strongest Time Patroller out there. According to this, the game could be a hybrid of sorts between the first game and its sequel, set against the backdrop of the vast Dragon Ball mythos.

It was in the original game that the player joined forces with Time Patrol Trunks, an incarnation of Trunks dedicated to protecting the space-time continuum from time-traveling villains Towa and Mir. The premise of the sequel was expanded by Mira and Towa, who brought in recruits like Turles, Lord Slug, and Bardock to help alter the timeline to suit their malevolent desires.

The two installments have already explored the elements of both Dragon Ball GT and Dragon Ball Super. However, a much-awaited sequel will meld these two worlds with different futures and distinct temporal anomalies of the main timeline and harbor few major changes due to tampering.

As the Dragon Ball franchise continues to grow, a third installment would be a supreme love letter to the entire Dragon Ball franchise, together with plotlines and events in its history that have never been explored before while mashing up concepts of the franchise and melding them in unique ways.

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