Too thrifty to throw cash at the giant world of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2? Fret not, as a completely free opportunity to experience the game seems to making its way to Nintendo fans!
The newest issue of V-Jump has apparently revealed that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Lite will be making its way to Nintendo Switch this Summer in Japan. This is essentially a free demo of the game, and it will feature a nice sampling of what the full game has to offer. As detailed by Gematsu, the ‘Lite’ version will allow players to:
- 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.
This is certainly a great way to attract some Switch owners to dip their toes into the game! We’re not sure if this Lite version will also be heading to US and Europe, but we’ll report back if we hear more in the future. Stay tuned!