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Obtain Super 17’s Outfit in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in Upcoming Raid Battle

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Raid Battle Super 17

Two new Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 events are on the way, one which features Super 17. These events feature a unique fashion contest and a new raid battle that will allow players to get their hands dirty. The fashion contest will being on March 1 and last until March 19, 2021. The first raid battle festival will last from March 1 until March 7, 2021. The second festival will begin on March 8 and ends on March 14, 2021. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The official website provided more information about the upcoming raid battle festival. The first raid battle festival is currently underway. Players can net themselves cosmetic items like Cheelai’s wig and Broly’s attire through event participation.

In the second Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 raid battle event players can test their might against Super 17. This character was introduce through Dragon Ball GT. Additionally, by participating in the upcoming raid battle festival, players will be able to obtain Super 17’s outfit along with other rewards. These include TP Medals and unique titles.

To participate in either event you only need to head to the Time Rift once the event becomes available. Rewards will be distributed based on individual damage done during the event period.

Additionally, a fashion contest is available for players to participate in. By sending screenshots of your character to the official Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Twitter you will be entered in the contest. A total of eight participants will be selected as winners. And those that make the cut will receive a special illustration of their character.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. The next major DLC character will be decided through a voting poll.

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