Some new gameplay footage from the upcoming Dragon Ball title from Bandai Namco, Dragon Ball Xenoverse, has appeared online which features footage taken from the Japan Expo which is currently being held in Paris. The video, which you can see above, shows off a battle between Goku vs Vegeta and Goku vs Cell, there’s also an appearance from the mysterious red-haired warrior too!

The video, which can be seen above, shows off two battles from the upcoming Dragon Ball title which is currently in development by DIMPS, the developers behind the Bodukai games. I can’t quite work out what platform the game is being played on, but it could possibly be the PlayStation 4, though the controllers that the two players are using on-stage don’t look overly familiar.

The video, once the two games are over, give us another glimpse at the mysterious red-haired warrior, but that’s not all. It doesn’t seem like he’s alone as further towards the end of the clip, an outline of another mysterious new character is also shown.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse is the first Dragon Ball title to land on latest-generation consoles and will see not only in-game transformations, but the games characters will feature the most detailed facial expressions ever seen in the Dragon Ball universe as well as new cel-shaded graphics. Dragon Ball Xenoverse is set for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. A release date has yet to be announced.

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Excuse me, thank you for showing this, but i have something to confirm, recently I looked up the game and it was said that the game would be for ps3,ps4,x360,xb1 but nothing was said about pc, So are you sure about a pc release of this game? Waiting for your reply.

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Hello, you’re right, the game isn’t currently listed for PC, this was a mistake on our part. Apologies, the article has been corrected.

Thanks for your comment!