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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 coming to Nintendo Switch in 2017

Published by Jack Taylor     January 20, 2017     19:40 UTC

Bandai Namco has announced that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will launch for Nintendo Switch in 2017, as Tales and Taiko Drum Master entries are also confirmed.

Following the Nintendo Switch Presentation on 13 January, Bandai Namco has revealed that it has at least three titles in development for Nintendo's newest system, including untitled games in the Tales and Taiko Drum Master series, with no word yet on whether they will leave Japan.

Their third game, which has been confirmed for a wordwide release, is Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 - originally released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in October 2016 - billed as the most expansive Dragon Ball game to date.

Nintendo Switch players will be able to play the game on the go, and with friends, as local co-op gameplay will also be supported; further details of how multiplayer will work on Switch are yet to be confirmed.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches worldwide for Nintendo Switch in 2017.

BANDAI NAMCO ENTERTAINMENT EUROPE S.A.S. CONFIRMS DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 (WORKING TITLE) TO BE RELEASED FOR NINTENDO SWITCH IN EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST AND AUSTRALASIAN TERRITORIES.

Tales of and Taiko Drum Master titles in development as well for the new system.

Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 (Working Title), the most expansive Dragon Ball videogame experience to-date, will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch™ system. Nintendo Switch players will be able to experience many of the adventures, epic battles that make up the heart of the Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 gameplay experience. Nintendo Switch players can also look forward to sharing their Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 experience through local co-op gameplay, enabling players to share their Dragon Ball adventure with friends. BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe will share more details soon regarding the debut of Dragon Ball XENOVERSE 2 (Working Title) on the Nintendo Switch. Stay tuned!

Source: Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe