Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be available on Nintendo Switch on September 7th, for now only for Japanese territory.
As previously detailed, the Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will include the "Time Patrol" main story from the first Dragon Ball Xenoverse as a limited time bonus. That is not the case - ArcSys has done an wonderful job or orientating the game for the casual player and fighting veterans alike, with simple command inputs and easy to learn and execute combo strings.
Hiroki says that the character selection is meant to appeal to a wide audience, and characters from multiple generations of Dragon Ball will be included, from across Dragon Ball Z through Super.
Fans who have been playing the game have been waiting for quite a while in terms of new characters via DLCs. But perhaps this shouldn't be very surprising: with Bandai Namco behind it as a publisher and Guilty Gear team Arc System Works behind it as a developer - and with the iconic Dragon Ball IP attached to it - this project certainly has the pedigree.
Bandai Namco has announced the release date of the Nintendo Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the last title based on the Dragon Ball franchise. By the end of most fights, you're basically battling in a blown out hole in the earth, surrounded by flaming debris.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is Bandai Namco's counter-attack to Capcom's Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinity - both games co-opt big franchises and throw down in a 3v3 setting, using insane super moves, tight controls and a 2D platform. Impressions from the show floor so far have been hugely positive and some outlets have voted for the game to win the "Best of E3" award.
Dragon Ball FighterZ is now set to arrive for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2018. There'll be more info on that soon.