A 'leaked screen-shot' showing the second part of Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball Xenoverse, aptly titled Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, has appeared online.
The new instalment might succeed the earlier game (released in February 2015) that had been very popular among the Dragon Ball Z fans.
The screen-shot is courtesy of Area Jugones and shows what we believe is next in the popular series of the fighting game.
According to speculation, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is expected to be released in June 2016.
The screen-shot also reveals that the game will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive or might be released initially for PS4.
Though there is no way to check the veracity of the leaked screen-shot, Yibada reported that the logo of PlayStation Network is "old" since Sony currently uses a new logo. It also said that a NeoGAF user drew attention to the comma that separated the month and the year of the release date which according to him is "quite unusual". This has raised doubts about the legitimacy of the screen-shot.
Meanwhile, Dragon Ball Xenoverse for PC has a discounted pricing on Bandai Namco store. Those interested can grab the game for half the price - $24.99. The game is originally sold at $49.95.