The first images of orange Piccolo from Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 have begun circulating online. Dragon Ball Super: Broly gave Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 fans a reason to log into the game when it came out, and it looks like Super Hero fans don't have to wait long for content from the film like orange Piccolo.
A Twitter user has shared the first screenshots of orange Piccolo in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. Orange Piccolo will be part of Hero of Justice Pack DLC 2, which is set to include a total of 3 playable characters, 4 parallel quests, 7 new moves, 4 costumes and accessories, and 5 Super Souls that are used to grant bonus multipliers. The aforementioned Hero of Justice Pack almost entirely revolves around Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero content that will help fans of the movie continue to celebrate the many memorable moments like the birth of orange Piccolo.
Twitter user DbsHype is among several that are sharing two images of orange Piccolo in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. One image of orange Piccolo shows the Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero character flying towards the camera with his arms flexed in an attack position, while the second screenshot shows the Namekian hero stretching one of his arms to great lengths. Orange Piccolo's outstretched Demon Hand grabs onto a Xenoverse 2 enemy like the green version of the Dragon Ball Z character has with many enemies in the past.
Xenoverse 2: Hero of Justice Pack DLC 2: Orange Piccolo First Look! More info in this month’s V Jump will be revealed. pic.twitter.com/KEaFqz8RVn— Hype (@DbsHype) January 13, 2023
The second Dragon Ball Z Xenoverse 2 Hero of Justice Pack was teased when Bandai Namco revealed the first one, and the preview of orange Piccolo is the first hint at what players can expect from the bundle. Orange Piccolo is expected to carry the same move set as the standard version of the Namekian, but the release of the variant may be joined by the impressive power-up ability that was triggered in the movie when Piccolo's life was in danger. Given that Bandai Namco hasn't officially confirmed the orange Piccolo details, it may still be some time before the impressive Namek transformation makes it to Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero has helped to garner tons of interest in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2's orange Piccolo when it was released back in June due to the positive fan response. Beyond Xenoverse 2, there are also modern Dragon Ball games that continue to get updates like DBZ: Kakarot, the soon-to-be-gone Dragon Ball Card Warriors, and the recently released Dragon Ball: The Breakers.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available now for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
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