Bandai Namco will release a Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Lite, its free-to-play version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 first launched for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in March, via the Nintendo eShop this summer, the latest issue of V-Jump reveals.
Our source for the magazine leak indicates this will, for whatever reason, be a limited-time release.
Here is an overview of the Lite version, via our previous coverage:
New players entering Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 through the “Lite” version of the game will be able to experience the following:
- Play five story episodes—“Raditz’s Attack,” “The Saiyan Threat,” “Ruckus on Planet Namek,” “The Ginyu Force Strikes,” and “The Galactic Emperor”—from the main game.
- Take part in Online Battles and Online Quests – with the option to play against those with the full version of the game (Online events and expert missions will remain exclusive to owners of the full game).
- Compete in Hero Colosseum mode, with all content and online matches.
- Additionally, players will be able to transfer saved data from the “Lite” version to the full game if they choose to purchase the full version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
The full version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
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