In 2016, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 came out as a follow-up.
The game takes place almost entirely in a number of 3D areas, most of which are based on important places in the Dragon Ball universe. These areas can be reached from the main hub, which is called Toki-Toki City. Fighters can move freely through the levels and fight on the ground, in the air, and even underwater. Most of the game’s main characters talk to each other while in battle, and when they hit an opponent or take damage, their faces show how they feel. Even though they are limited, players have some freedom to explore Earth as it is in the Dragon Ball universe as well as a few other places, like Toki-Toki City, which was already mentioned.
The first was Dragon Ball Online, and the second was Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi. Xenoverse is the third Dragon Ball game where you can make your own character.
In Xenoverse, the player’s custom character is the star of an original story. The story itself is based on the Dragon Ball Online MMO. In that game, Towa and Mira, two of the villains from the Dragon Ball universe, try to change the past. Trunks, who works for the Time Patrol, asks Shenron to send him a hero who can help him fix the timeline.
How to Get Past Level 80 in Xenoverse
Do Guru’s house missions. Keep going to Guru’s house whenever they ask you to. Guru will eventually be available to talk to. The first time, he will let you use all of your attributes. Then, if you call again, your level cap will go up. Get to that level and keep doing Guru house quests until you reach the next level cap.
You only need to complete the Dragon Ball Missions from Guru 12 times for it to be 100% done and give you the time egg.
The Guru’s house will always be open, and you can always talk to him to raise your level cap.
To get to the next level cap, 80, 85, etc., you’ll need to reach level 100.
You have to do all of Nail’s boring Dragon Ball quests at least two or three times before you can go into the Guru house whenever you want.
Like KingJacob said, you won’t get the level uncap until you’ve gotten the other rewards.
People really don’t like those Dragon Ball quests, and what did the developers do? On Xenoverse 2, they added twice as many quests, some of which are right next to each other on PQs.