Bandai Namco today unveiled a Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 trailer for the Nintendo Switch, which will feature a number of new features on Nintendo’s notebook compared to last year’s edition – among them the chance to play with Joycons motion sensors.
The possibility of releasing a Kamehameha with the movements of the hands is not something unpublished (and not unprecedented in a platform of Nintendo) since Nintendo Wii already had titles of the series that offered this possibility. However, it is a great thing and can add to the experience of anyone who wants to get the version for the Big N console.
Other new features include the local multiplayer split screen with the Joycon; local cooperative mode that connects up to six people with the Switch (without relying on internet connection); matches versus 1 vs 1 local; and the classic 3 vs 3 online. Apparently, the graphics level of the game is very similar to the versions of PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but there are more serrated. So far, we do not know if the game will run at 60 fps, but it’s an unlikely chance. Check it:
Finally, another cool addition is the chance to play the story mode of the first Dragon Ball Xenoverse and release 70 fighters right out of the way for the first few buyers, which can be a pretty interesting extra at the time of purchase. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 of Nintendo Switch arrives in Japan on September 7 and in the US on September 22.
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