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Are the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Day One, Digital Deluxe and Collector’s Editions worth buying?

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be released soon in the North American region. The sequel to the popular original title will be available in three different editions: Day One, Digital Deluxe and Collector’s. So which of these are worth purchasing? If you have problems deciding, you can check out our buying guide below for some guidance.


The Day One Edition is the cheapest option of the three available, followed by the Digital Deluxe Edition. The Collector’s Edition is the most expensive one. You can check out the price tag for all three Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 versions with the following links: Day One Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition and Collector’s Edition.

About Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

For the uninformed, the Dragon Ball Xenoverse series is about creating your own characters in the popular Dragon Ball universe. Players are able to travel through time to relive some of the biggest battles in the anime. There are also role-playing elements as you can level up, earn new equipment and team up with other players to take on online quests.

The sequel further expands on the concepts of the original. For example, the central hub of Conton City is seven times the size of Toki-Toki City from the first game. Not to mention that other hubs are also available, each of which have their own set of quest lines. The other notable feature is that the multiplayer servers can hold up to 300 players at once.

Needless to say, if you enjoy Dragon Ball, you should have a great time with the upcoming videogame.

Season Pass

Another element to consider is whether or not you want the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Season Pass. The ticket will give you access to four future expansion packs. These DLC releases include new accessories, costumes, episodes, masters, quests, skills, stages and playable characters.

You will save a lot of cash by buying the season pass as opposed to purchasing all of the expansions separately. Not to mention that season pass holders will also get early access to the Dragoon Ball Super version of Trunks.

Day One Edition

The Day One Edition of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 comes with a playable character from Dragon Ball Super, Goku Black, in addition to the Tao Pai Pai Stick vehicle. While these extras don’t cost anything extra, they are only limited to the first-print run of the software product.dragon-ball-xenoverse-2-playstation-4-day-one-editionYou can purchase the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Day One Edition with this link.

Digital Deluxe Edition

The Digital Deluxe Edition features the digital version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 along with the above-mentioned season pass. Not to mention that the Goku Black and Tao Pai Pai Stick vehicle are also included for those who preorder or get the first print run of this bundle. Unfortunately, you don’t save any extra cash when getting the Digital Deluxe Edition as opposed to purchasing the physical standard version of the game and season pass separately.dragon-ball-xenoverse-2-deluxe-editionIf you are still interested, you can find the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Digital Deluxe Edition via this page.

Collector’s Edition

The most expensive option if the Collector’s Edition. This bundle comes with a physical copy of the game in addition to an exclusive steel book case, official music soundtrack CD and official Time Patrol Guide art book. The main piece of the set, however, is the Son Goku Master Stars Piece Figure, which stands at 13 inches tall. You can see the contents of the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Collector’s Edition with the image located directly below this paragraph.

As you can see, you certainly will be getting your money’s worth if you are interested in the extras of the Collector’s Edition. If you get preorder or get the first-print run, you will also get the digital extras from the Day One Edition. Unfortunately, this bundle does not come with the season pass.Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 PlayStation 4 Collector's Edition North AmericaYou can buy the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Collector’s Edition here.


The Day One Edition is the cheapest option out of the three and won’t cost any extra when compared to the standard edition if you decide to preorder or purchase a first print copy.

The Digital Deluxe Edition is not really worth getting unless you want the digital version of the game. Although it does come with a season pass, there won’t be any savings. Thus, you can get the physical Day One Edition and pass for the same exact price.

While the most expensive option, the Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Collector’s Edition may be worth the price if you are interested in the extras that come with the bundle.

Bandai Namco Games’ Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is coming out for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the 25th of October in the North American region.