Dragon Ball Xenoverse Will Come With An Anime Movie

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse will come with an original anime movie that will focus on the game's villains, Towa and Mira--both of whom are behind a sinister time manipulating scheme.

They are travelling throughout the Dragon Ball timeline and changing events for the worse. It is up to you to take control of a custom character in order to stop their plan and bring balance back to the universe.

The movie will cover the events leading up to Xenoverse's story, according to Geek Out Post.

This isn't the first movie to be released with a Dragon Ball game: Raging Blast 2 came with Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans. If you watched it, Hatchiyack-- the movie's villain--got unlocked as a playable character.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse is the first game based on the anime to be released for the next-gen consoles. It will feature a story mode where you make your own character.

You will choose between different races: Earthling, Saiyan, Namekian, Freiza's race, and Majin will all be available in character creation. In addition, it will feature a cast from Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, and Battle of Gods.

The movie accompanying Xenoverse, however, will be an afterthought when F is for Fukkatsu premieres in Japan: Both are set to launch in 2015. If you're a Dragon Ball fan, you have a lot to look forward to in 2015.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse launches on February 17 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. For more about the title, visit its official website here.