Is Xenoverse 2 Cross-Platform? Let’s Find Out!

Is Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 cross-platform?

If you’re a new Xenoverse player and want to know more before purchasing the game or if you are planning to introduce Xenoverse to a friend with a different piece of hardware, then you have come to the right place.

 This article will determine whether Xenoverse 2 is crossplay and will give you the answers you are looking for along with guides and a few tips on how you can improve your Xenoverse experience.

Does Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Support Cross-Platform?

No. Sadly Dragon Ball Xenoverse is not a cross-platform game.

The game currently doesn’t support cross-play. This means that your multiplayer experience and interactions are limited to the system or console you are using.

Xbox players won’t be able to play Xenoverse with PlayStation players.

Why Doesn’t Xenoverse 2 Offer Cross-Play?

Given that the game was released way back in 2016 as a prequel to Xenoverse, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 still lacks the cross-play support. Why is that?

This is because the developers might have experienced loss while developing Xenoverse 2 for different systems, in this case they have a reason to not support cross-play.

The game is multiplayer and it needs a lot of players for it to work.

Another reason might be because the game lacks players. That’s why the developers decided not to introduce the cross-platform feature.

Will Xenoverse 2 Ever Be Cross-Platform?

Up to this day, fighters are still wishing for the developers to introduce cross-platform into Xenoverse 2.

But before you get your hopes up, is there hope for Xenoverse 2 to support cross-play in the future?

Sadly no. The game is over 5 years old and the developers are currently focusing on a new project which is Dragon Ball: The Breakers, which also doesn’t support cross-platform despite it being a new game.

This is according to an interview done with Hara- one of the developers.

“Dragon Ball: The Breakers cross-platform play and cross-save functionality isn’t being considered at the moment.”- said Hara.

Why You Shouldn’t Worry

Even though Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 doesn’t support cross-platform play, you shouldn’t be worrying that much because the game is still available on most systems .

From PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, even up to Google Stadia, all these hardware can play Xenoverse 2 and you can still introduce your friends to the game even if they have different consoles.

Though the game lacks players for cross-platform play, there is more than enough for multiplayer/PVP.

PVP/Multiplayer Tips and Tricks

Lacking cross-platform play doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the competitive aspects of the game.

Luckily, Xenoverse 2 has an amazing PVP feature. Here are a few tips and tricks that would surely help you become a PVP player in Xenoverse 2.

Up and Down Movement

When it comes to Xenoverse and most fighting games, dodging your opponent’s attacks is a vital part of winning.

Now when we say dodging, the first thing that might come to mind is side steps or vanishing. They are effective but can be predictable.

Adding vertical movement into the mix of your fighting style would make you harder to hit and catch overall and it increases your evasiveness.

Master the Z-vanish

The Z-vanish is one of the moves that can turn the tides in your favor.

Mastering its use and utilizing it effectively would make you very hard to beat in PVP. Here are a few tricks to try and master with your Z-vanish:

  • Z-vanish at the end of your combo to not let your opponent escape
  • Z-Vanish after hitting your opponent with a blast. Using the vanish would be better than dashing because they can’t block it.
  • Z-vanish to roll out of your opponents combo
  • Z-vanish evasive. Even though evasive seems undodgeable, you can actually do it if you predict the timing right and pull off your vanish and guard.

These tips may take some practice but they will be a deadly addition once you incorporate them into your game.


Even though Xenoverse 2 doesn’t have cross-play support and won’t be anytime in the future, the game offers a lot of competitive multiplayer fun for Dragon Ball fans.

Not to mention that they keep adding awesome new characters in their DLCs.

So if you love fighting and Dragon Ball, this issue won’t stop you from enjoying the game.