Whether you loved it or hated it, Dragon Ball Xenoverse's DLC will be taking us through 'Dragon Ball GT'.

Bandai Namco Games has announced the Season Pass details for Dragon Ball Xenoverse, the latest fighting game based on Akira Toriyama's popular 'Dragon Ball Z' series. While DBZ games have been done to death and have redundantly covered the series' plot over and over, Xenoverse unravels things by throwing in time-travelling villains into the mix. These villains sabotage the Z-Fighters, making them lose all the monumental battles of the series, so your new character must go through time and set things right.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse's DLC will expand on the main game's "what if" motif by throwing in all sorts of curve balls into the fray. What if Nappa was the one who turned into a Great Ape and not Vegeta? What if Vegeta joined the Ginyu Force? Better yet, what happens when the evil Mira and Towa go into the 'Dragon Ball GT' timeline to wreck things for Goku and the gang?

DB Xenoverse's Season Pass will cost $24.99 and will include the three following DLC packs, which would cost $9.99 a piece on their own:

         DLC Pack 1 (Available in March 2015)

  • 3 playable characters: GT Goku, Pan & GT Trunks
  • 4 Time Patrol quests
  • 12 Quests
  • 15 Special Moves for the players’ avatars,such as Final Shine Attack, Power Pole combos and Spirit Ball
  • 5 Additional costumes

·         DLC Pack 2

  • Exclusive Playable Characters, Quests, Special moves and costumes. More details to come!

·         DLC Pack 3

  • Jaco the Space Patroller playable character, Turtle Hermit set (sunglasses, Turtle Hermit’s Shell, Turtle Hermit’s Beard, Turtle Hermit’s Aloha Shirt) and highly exclusive content!

Bandai Namco Games has announced that Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta and Omega Shenron have officially joined the roster as well. Better start charging your ki for the next month, because Dragon Ball Xenoverse will be hitting the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Feb. 24. It will also be released on PC (via Steam) on Feb. 27.

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