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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Is Getting a Free-To-Play Version On PlayStation 4

Written by Robert Workman

For the past couple of years, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has been enthralling fighting fans with its 3D combat and strong array of characters, as well as its robust action. There have been a lot of updates as well, even with the more popular Dragon Ball FighterZ making the rounds. But if you’ve never taken the plunge with this game, here’s a chance for you to check it out for free.

Bandai Namco has announced that a free version of Xenoverse 2 will be available to download starting March 20 in Japan. But don’t worry, U.S. gamers-m you’ll be getting it as well, starting on March 19.

The game will feature a number of options for free, including the start of Story Mode, along with Parallel Quests, Raid Mode, Online Mode and the Colosseum Mini Game. You can also transfer over saves from this version to the full one, and vice versa, should you need to upgrade.

This ties in with a forthcoming Photo Mode, which will debut in the full game on the same day. With this, you can take your own custom photos (including selfies, we believe) and show them off to others through social media. Yes, filters will be available.

Although FighterZ is the true fighting jam right now, Xenoverse 2 looks like a lot of fun, so if you haven’t tried it yet, here’s your chance to jump in! Currently, the demo is only for PlayStation 4, though there’s a slight opportunity for it to come to Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch as well. Fingers crossed!

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