You can play with your friends via ad-hoc multiplayer, and players can use a system with two Joy-Con for local battles. The Switch release of Xenoverse 2 also features motion controls using the Joy Cons, allowing die hard Dragon Ball fans to execute the Kamehameha or Spirit Bomb using their hands, because everyone's tried to fire a Kamehameha at least once as a kid. Not only is this new version available for Switch owners (obviously), but it also features a few new features unavailable on other platforms.
Six player local play mode (additional Nintendo Switch units required).
Relive the Dragon Ball story by time traveling and protecting historic moments in the Dragon Ball universe. The Switch version was first revealed way back on January 12, but since then, Bandai Namco has been silent on when we can expect it to release. This indicates that the Switch version of the game will be developed using the Ignite Engine. The game will arrive for the Nintendo Switch on September 22 for both North America and Europe in physical and digital formats.