Dragonball Xenoverse release date changed, but not in all regions

Dragonball Xenoverse is looking to be one of the best DBZ games we’ve had in a very long time, which is why news of its delay seems that much sadder. That’s right, the game has been delayed, although not in all regions. At the moment publisher Bandai Namco seems to have pushed back the release date only in Australia and they didn’t even make a fuss about it. We’re not sure why that is, but the release date for Dragonball Xenoverse in that region is now listed as February 26th, two full weeks later than the original release date of February 26th.

A couple of local retail stores that go by the names of JB Hi-Fi and EB Games are already listing the new release date, with others to likely follow in due time as well. As for all the other regions, assuming that nothing changes Dragonball Xenoverse should first launch in Japan on February 5th followed by North America on February 13th, and Europe on February 17th. While all DBZ fans have plenty of reason to get excited about, PC owners in particular will be happy to know that this is the first game in the series to get a Steam release. Dragonball Xenoverse will unlock on Valve’s popular game client on February 17th.