Gaming Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2: List of Characters Revealed, More Expected to be Added By Saptadipa Mukherjee Posted on September 24, 2016 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The official release of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is still about a month away, but fans have some good news, thanks to a huge list of playable characters that has surfaced recently. While the publishers over at Bandai Namco are yet to provide the full official reveal of characters, the catalogue that has surfaced has been suggested from an image that has been acquired from a demo build of the game. Saiyan Island reports that the image contains 68 out of the total playable characters from the upcoming game. It is expected that at least 87 will be included in the final game. Check out the names of the characters that have emerged below: Custom Character Goku Goku Super Saiyan God Goku Super Saiyan Blue Goku Super Saiyan 4 Goku GT (kid) Gohan (kid) Gohan (Teen) Gohan (Adult) Future Gohan Great Saiyaman Goten Trunks (kid) Trunks (GT) Future Trunks Piccolo Krillin Tien Yamcha Villianous Yamcha Saibaman Raditz Nappa Vegeta Vegeta Super Saiyan 4 Majin Vegeta Zarbon Dodoria Recoom Burter Jeice Guldo Ginyu Turles Lord Slug Frieza (Final Form) Frieza (100% Final Form) Cooler Metal Cooler Nail Android 16 Android 17 Android 18 Cell (First Form) Perfect Cell Super Perfect Cell Cell Jr Majin Buu Super Buu Kid Buu Villianous Kid Majin Buu Janemba Villianous Janemba Broly Villianous Broly Gotenks Vegito Gogeta Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Beerus Whis Jaco Pan Towa Mira Towa Bardock Time Breaker Bardock Villianous Omega Shenron The publication reports that a few characters that were seen in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 1 remain unconfirmed in the upcoming game, including Goku Black, Ice Shenron, Hercule, Rasberry, and Videl. However, more characters are expected to join the roster with the arrival of the game. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will release for fans worldwide on October 28 while hitting the US on October 25. However, an open beta version will be made available by the makers for players who want a piece of the game earlier in October. The open beta will allow players to explore the new hub area that is said to be seven times larger than Toki-Toki City, and engage in a number of activities.