Expanded Storylines and Fast Travel in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Teleportation

Xenoverse 2 expands on its predecessor’s concepts of time-traveling and parallel questing. This allows for a more detailed look at plotlines and classic sagas, lengthening the story in a way that feels earned.

The game features a large open world in Conton City, filled with different spots to visit and take on side quests. To get around quickly, players can fast travel by talking to transfer shop clerks.

How to teleport in xenoverse 2

If you’re ever stuck in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, there’s a way to fast travel around the game. All you need to do is find a Transfer Shop Clerk, which are robots that say their job title above their head and appear on the map as red dots. Talk to them, and they’ll let you transfer to any location in Conton City for free.

Teleporting Vanishing Ball is a chargeable Ultimate Attack in Xenoverse 2. It first appeared as one of Kid Buu’s Ultimate Skills, and it can also be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward for Parallel Quest 62: “Frieza’s Nightmare Returns!” and by Pure Majins after using the Purification Awoken Skill. It deals 30% damage over 15 hits.

Teleporting in xenoverse 2

The game’s main hub is the city of Conton, which is a huge place with plenty of locations to explore, side quests to complete, and iconic characters to meet. But getting around the city quickly isn’t easy, especially if you don’t have a vehicle or want to fly. The best way to get around is by fast traveling, but that requires finding a Transfer Shop Clerk and talking to them.

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the Kai Kai Technique returns as one of Kid Buu’s Ultimate Skills which can be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward for Parallel Quest 62: Frieza’s Nightmare Returns! It also appears as one of the Booster Training Super Skills that can be acquired by the player. The technique allows the user to teleport to any location in the universe. It can even teleport to other dimensions outside the known universe, which is how Goku was able to follow Demigra into the Crack of Time, despite the Demon God not knowing about such a technique.

This teleportation is similar to Instant Transmission, but it doesn’t require the user to lock onto an enemy or knocked out ally and can work within a set radius. Additionally, it doesn’t consume ki or stamina, so the player can use it as often as they like.

Players can also use the Kai Kai to teleport to any comrades within range by pressing the attack buttons and releasing them. The skill can be used while fighting, and unlike the Instant Transmission it does not consume ki or stamina. This teleportation is useful when fighting against an opponent who constantly moves around the battlefield and is hard to hit with attacks. It can also be used to teleport to a specific point in the battlefield if the player has trouble attacking an enemy directly. The teleportation can be used in conjunction with other attacks such as the Spirit Bomb, X10 Kamehameha, and the Galick Gun.

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