Bandai Namco rolled out the details on the collector’s edition, deluxe edition and pre-order bonuses for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. For those who pre-order the game, they’ll instantly have access to the Tao Pai Pai Stick to fly around in Conton City with, along with special access to a character from Dragon Ball Super.
The Deluxe Edition of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 comes with the season pass, which features access to four DLC packs that will release post-launch. They contain additional playable characters, new costumes, new customization features, as well as accessories and access to Future Trunks from Dragon Ball Super. The four DLC packs will also be sold separately outside of the season pass.
I guess this time around Bandai realized how popular the first game was and now they’re getting in deep and thick with that post-launch DLC roadmap to milk Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 more than the Duggars tried milking fame on TLC while their son tried turning the family tree into a single-branch lineage.
As for the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Collector Edition… it will come with everything in the Deluxe Edition, but with the added bonus of a 34cm Son Goku Master Stars figure. And the official Time Patroller’s guide. All of this in a specially marked collector’s package.
Surprisingly, they don’t list the pricing details for any of the other packages other than the base game, which will be available for $59.99. If I had to wager a guess I’m sure the Deluxe Edition will be $79.99 and the Collector’s Edition will likely be $129.99. However, I’m sure Bandai Namco will roll out the pricing details for each of the different versions soon enough.