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Is Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 cross-platform?

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Since its first launch in 2016, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has captivated fans of the iconic Dragon Ball series with its exciting gameplay and engaging storytelling. Developed by Dimps and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment, this action-packed fighting game lets players become their favourite Dragon Ball characters and participate in epic battles across different times and places.

In this article, we have discussed whether Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 supports cross-platform play and how many platforms Xenoverse 2 is available.

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Xenoverse 2 is known for its thrilling action scenes, and you can create your own character from five different races. Each race has its strengths and weaknesses, making the choice a bit tricky at the start. But don’t worry; regardless of race, you can enjoy the game to the fullest.

You can explore various original Dragon Ball universe locations while playing Xenoverse 2. Flying is one way to move between places during certain points in the game, and you’ll get to battle with different characters as you progress.

Additionally, your character’s race grants you unique abilities during fights. The game offers both single-player and multiplayer modes, which are a lot of fun. In multiplayer, teaming up with other players for quests or challenging them to battles adds an extra level of excitement to the experience.

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Does Xenoverse 2 support cross-platform play?

Unfortunately, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, which is accessible on all major platforms, does not currently supports cross-platform play. This means PC gamers cannot play with players using Xbox or PlayStation.

Platforms on which Xenoverse 2 is available

Below we have mentioned the platforms on which Xenoverse 2 is available.

  • Nintendo Switch
  • PlayStation 4
  • Xbox One
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Google Stadia

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Akash Singh

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