Dec 20, 2016 12:00 AM EST

'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' News: New Masters and Playable Characters

Bandai Namco uploaded the teaser trailer for the first DLC pack of "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" along with a free DLC pack, both of which revealed upgrades, new masters, and more playable characters for gamers.

The trailer was released on the game company’s YouTube channel and has so far garnered 61 thousand views. As reported by Yibada, the free DLC pack involves new masters, costumes, and events while the paid DLC pack offers Hit as a master, Cabba and Frost as playable characters, and more quests.

Firstly, the characters Hit and Super Saiyan God Son Goku are getting new skills in the free "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" pack, specifically “Pure Progress” and “Kaioken Times 10,” respectively. You can also learn more skills and attacks from five new teachers namely, Android 16, Bardock, Cooler, Future Gohan, and Whis.

In addition, a new event called “Frieza’s Siege” involves Frieza and his army fighting Conton City. Costumes can also be customized.

Watch the video below for a complete list.

Secondly, in the paid pack of "Dragonball Xenoverse 2," Hit is a master. To add to that, Frost and Cabba are playable characters that come in their respective transformations namely, the “Final Form” for the former and the “Super Saiyan” for the latter.

There are even more attacks, new Parallel quests, emotes, and Super Souls included. A previous trailer was released last June, reported Jobs & Hire, and showed villains to be battled in the game.

PS4, Xbox One, and PC users can look forward to all of these on Dec. 20 because that is when the DLC will be available for purchase on Steam. This pack is only one of four DLC packs for "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2," according to Dual Shockers, and Bandai Namco has yet to announce if a free pack will also come with the remaining three releases.

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