Dragon Ball Xenoverse Release Date Delayed in Europe, Middle East, and Australia

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If you live in Europe, the Middle East, or Australia, you're going to have to wait a bit longer to play Dragon Ball Xenoverse; Bandai Namco Games announced via Facebook that their upcoming title based on the popular anime would be delayed until Feburary 27 for the listed regions.

Xenoverse was originally supposed to launch worldwide on February 17.

"In order to ensure the highest possible gameplay experience for our fans," Bandai Namco stated in a press release, "we will be moving the Dragon Ball Xenoverse launch date to February 25, 2015, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC Steam."

Details for the game have been revealed on a regular basis during the past few months: Super Saiyan God Goku and Super Saiyan 4 Goku will be playable in the game.

In addition, Super Saiyan 4 Vegeta will be available to those who preordered the game.

Xenoverse's story mode features two new characters as they attempt to rewrite the Dragon Ball timeline for the worse. You must create a custom character and stop their evil schemes.

Namekian, Saiyan, Human, Majin, and Frieza Race will be the available races when you create your fighter.

If you live in Europe, the Middle East, or Australia, the wait is going to be longer. For everyone else, Dragon Ball Xenoverse launches on February 17. For more about the title, visit its official website here.

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