Bandai Namco has recently announced a major milestone for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. In a news post, the company stated that the game had shipped seven million units worldwide. \n \nDragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will also hold an online event until January 12. During the event period, online events will be held daily. In addition, all players who log in during this period will receive a special Dragon Ball-set gift. \n \nThe Golden Raid Boss Festival to celebrate the New Year will also take place until January 12. In this event, players have to defeat bosses in raid mode. As players defeat one boss, the next bosses only become more difficult. As a reward, players will receive a variety of golden costumes that have previously appeared. \n \n The level goes from Level 1 until Level 99. After this period is successfully completed, players will go on to Infinite Raid Boss Battle and continuously fight Level 99 bosses. Even if players lose, the points they earn will be added to the Ranking system. \n \n \n \nPikkon, the strongest warrior of the Western Galaxy, will be added as a playable DLC character. The warrior battled against Goku in the Other World Tournament, then was a powerful ally during the battle against Janemba. Pikkon will return his unique Ki Wave moves that link to his charge attacks. \n \nAlso getting added as cosmetic DLC are new costumes for Bardock and Gine from Dragon Ball Super: Broly. This includes accessories of Gine Wig and Tail sets to fully recreate the character in Photo Mode with Bardock. However, Gine's clothing is only for female avatars. The new costumes will appear in the game's update. \n \nJenemba will soon be added as a new CC mascot. The character will display his unique abilities from the film Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn. Players can view his overhead kick and Ki Blast technique in a more adorable form. \n \nDragon Ball Xenoverse 2 was initially released on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2016. The title is an RPG developed by Dimps and published by Bandai Namco. The title is a sequel to the original Dragon Ball Xenoverse game launched in 2015. \n \nDragon Ball Xenoverse 2 contains a new hub city, character customization options, plus more features new to the series. Players develop a custom warrior and avatar, train to learn skills, and help to fight brand new enemies. \n \nThe game allows fans of the franchise to relive the Dragon Ball story. It's up to the new hero to time travel and protect historic moments from the franchise, but with brand new characters and boss fights. \n \nDragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.