Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 has been out for over two years now, and to be fair to developer Dimps and publisher Bandai Namco, they've done a good job of supporting it all this time. It's perhaps a bit strange, then, that the game is only now getting a free-to-play version. We suppose that if it proves popular, it could net the full release some fresh players.
Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 Lite will launch later this month in Japan, on the 20th March. Apparently, this free PlayStation 4 edition will let players sample the story, some parallel quests, and online battles. You'll also be able to fiddle around with the game's photo mode.
There's no word yet on whether this free-to-play version will come West, but we'll be keeping an eye out for official confirmation. At this point, we don't see why it wouldn't make the trip overseas.
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[source ryokutya2089.com, via gematsu.com]
Considering Dissidia Free Edition got localised, I don't see why this shouldn't come overseas.
So it's the same as the full game but with less content?
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