ByKen McDonnell, writer at Creators.co
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Dragon Ball Z fans are desperately hoping that Dragon Ball: Xenoverse is the game that they've been waiting for. There hasn't been a great Dragonball game released since the days of the PS2. We're hoping that NextGen holds the answer to our collective prayers. Can it fulfil its promise, or will it follow the trend of disappointment that so many games have this year?

Namco Bandai have a lot of pressure on their shoulders, but they're ready to deliver on their promise of a great game. In order to further our excitement, they will be hosting a livestream for the game on Thursday December 4th from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM PST. It will be hosted on BandaiNamcoUS Twitch Page, if you're a fan, be sure to check it out!

What the Dragon Ball: Xenoverse Livestream Holds

Dragonball: Xenoverse
Dragonball: Xenoverse

This livestream will give us a a whole new hour of gameplay to salivate over! We'll be treated to a detailed look at the character customisation screen, giving us the chance to start planning how our character is going to look! It will also show us how the character we create will develop.

This means that we'll be shown how the progression system operates as we get to see the new abilities we'll be able to unlock, if this option does in fact exist. There are a lot of surprises in store! If that wasn't enough, we'll be able to see some new faces in the game, and what the in-game transformations look like. Sounds like a blast!

Dragon Ball Xenoverse
Dragon Ball Xenoverse

There are many aspects of this game that Dragon Ball Z fans are speculating about, namely when it comes to PvP. In the beta, we were treated to 2v2 and even 3v3 battles. The livestream promises to answer the buzzing question of whether these were there to stay. Do you think Namco Bandai could have removed the feature?

If they do reveal that these kind of battles are available in the game, we really hope that we get to see it going down in the livestream rather than just being told so. Though this could be more than likely a feature that Namco Bandai are saving for a later reveal.

Dragon Ball: Xenoverse
Dragon Ball: Xenoverse

What are your thoughts of the game so far? Are you liking the way it looks in the gameplay videos we've seen? Will you be checking out the livestream? Let us know in the comments!

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