The highly-anticipated, annual Dokkan Battle Christmas banner celebration is ramping up with the recent data download.
Christmas Banner Release Date
Players can expect the majority of the Christmas 2020 celebration part 2 content to go live on December 25. This could change, as is always the case with these types of releases, but it will be on or around Christmas, regardless.
What to Expect In The Christmas Banner
The most exciting news with the Christmas 2020 celebration part 2 is the Tanabata banner, which will likely feature LR Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Vegeta, LR Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta, LR Super Saiyan Blue Vegito, and LR TEQ Gohan and Goten.
This could always change based on how banners fluctuate between Global and JP, but it’s likely these will be the main banner units.
Two image sets of tickets were data-mined and are likely used on the celebration’s Tanabata banner. These will likely be free handouts to players, as well as tickets that can be purchased from Pilaf’s Trove.
The Free-to-Play LR TEQ Goku will be getting his EZA event released on Global, finally, on Christmas day.
A World Tournament will be dropping on Global, which is always a great way to pick up some Dragon Stones. This will start the week after Christmas, likely New Year’s Day.
A new Free-to-play TEQ LR Goku and Gohan will be the new Super Battle Road reward LR.
Players can unlock the LR by beating the 10 new stages being added to the game, hopefully, on Christmas day.
Also check out Tiger Upper Cut Media’s coverage on the latest data download for Global’s Christmas 2020 celebratioon part 2
This is pretty much the standard, as far as holiday celebrations go for Dokkan. Free stones with the World Tournament are always a welcome additon, as well as any ticket banners.
I already have all of the Tanabata featured LRs, so I will be passing. This, however, is a great opportunity for players to pick up some great units if they don’t have them yet.
Will you be summoning on the upcoming Tanabata banner? Are you excited for part 2 of the 2020 Christmas celebration? Let us know in the comments below.