Pending its release scheduled for September 22, there are several details on the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for the Nintendo Switch version. First of all, we learn that the title of Bandai Namco will have a size of 6.4GB on the hybrid console, according to a new video reported at the end of this news.
Among other information, we find that Switch will be able to render the game at 1600x900p resolution when in TV mode, and in 1280×720 in portable mode. As far as performance is concerned, we have a fixed frame rate of 30FPS but it will be able to reach the top of the 60FPS during the 1v1 match.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will allow up to six local players to join the game and will include all the characters released via DLC on previous platforms, including Goku Black.
The story will resume from the end of the first Dragon Ball Xenoverse, bringing again characters like Towa and Mira, and a new protagonist – specifically created by the player – to stop the new threat.
In related news, Bandai Namco, who launched Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 this Thursday in Japan in its version for Nintendo Switch, has announced that the title has been exhausted already and that Japanese users can expect to find more copies of the game in stores from late September, when the company sends a new supply of units.
The company has not indicated how many copies it has initially distributed, so we will not know what their sales have been until the data of the video game market for Japan is published this week. Bandai Namco has not given information on the sales of the game in digital format.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be released on Nintendo Switch on September 22, 2017.