Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is one of the titles heading for Google’s Stadia cloud-gaming platform!
During Game Developers Conference 20199 back in March, Google introduced their own cloud gaming service dubbed Stadia. As the company moves closer to launch various developers are slowly announcing the titles that will arrive at the platform. One of those is Bandai Namco’s Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was first released for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC back in November 2016, followed by a Switch port the year after. The game serves as a sequel to Dragon Ball Xenoverse, released in 2015. It’s an action/fighting game based on the Dragon Ball universe. Like the first title, Xenoverse 2 let’s players create their very own Dragon Ball character from an array of known races such as Saiyans, Nameks, Humans, Majin, and Freeza.
Player’s are also given access to various skills and abilities, effectively allowing them to create their own unique Dragon Ball fighter. There are tons of in-game activities apart from the main quest line, such as race-quests, mini-games, co-op, and versus.