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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Gohan and Gamma 1 DLC Revealed

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will further expand its Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero contingent with its next DLC pack. In addition to the previously confirmed Gamma 2, Bandai Namco announced that the “Hero of Justice Pack 1” DLC will include Gohan (as he appears in the movie), and Gamma 2’s sibling, Gamma 1.

Check out the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 DLC trailer below.

Gamma 1 is one of the two “Super Hero” android antagonists that appears in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. Alongside Gamma 2, Gamma 1 was created by Dr. Hedo for the Red Ribbon Army. The pair of androids menaces Piccolo and Gohan in the Dragon Ball Super film. Gamma 1 is voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya, who also played Levi in Attack on Titan, and Koyomi in the Monogatari series. He’s a bit more strait-laced, and gets down to business where Gamma 2 prefers to play around. Both use their blasters and physical attacks in combat, though Gamma 1’s accessories and effects are tinged in red rather than blue.

After Gamma 1 gives Piccolo a thrashing, Gohan intercepts to make the android interlopers pay. This particular incarnation of Gohan is labeled simply “Gohan (DBS Super Hero)”. Xenoverse 2 already boasts several other playable versions of Gohan, including his kid, teen, adult, Great Saiyaman, and Future forms.

All three new fighters: Gamma 1, Gamma 2, and Gohan (DBS Super Hero) will land in Fall 2022. They’re all part of the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Hero of Justice Pack 1 DLC. A second pack is planned with three more characters, but its release window has not yet been announced.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. It’s also available on Google Stadia until it shuts down in January 2023.

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