Dragon Ball Xenoverse: Fastest Way to Level 99, Improve Skill Drop Rate

Dragon Ball Xenoverse DLC Pack 3 has been out for a few days now, offering players the ability to play with the likes of SSGSS Goku, SSGSS Vegeta, Golden Freiza, and Jaco along with some of the most rewarding parallel quests in the game and two new mentors. The day before the DLC Pack was released, developer Dimps released a patch that allowed players to power up their characters to level 99. That, of course is no easy task and many players may be struggling to achieve the greatest feat of the Xenoverse. Luckily, DLC Pack 3 helps in obtaining that goal thanks to all of the experience that can gained by playing those rewarding Parallel Quests, in particular The Return of the Giant-Ape Fest!

Along with that, DLC Pack 3’s Master Elder Kai aides in improving the drop rate of skills. Well, to be more accurate, he shares his wisdom on when the best time to play a Parallel Quest is in order to get the skill or skills you need. Take a look at the videos below to find out the fastest way known to fans to get to level 99 and improve skill drop rate!

Below is Elder Kai’s video as a master, referenced in the drop rate improvement video. It is not necessary to complete Elder Kai’s training, although you can, he just needs to be your master and give the appropriate fortune mentioned in the video above.


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Dragon Ball Xenoverse will be making it’s way to the PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. It will offer in-game transformations, characters with the most detailed facial expressions ever seen in the Dragon Ball universe and new cel shaded graphics. Players will be able to create their own character and take it into battle to fight against familiar faces from the world of Dragon Ball and the created characters of other players online. Dragon Ball: Xenoverse was developed by Dimps (the company behind the Budokai series) and was published by Bandai Namco Games in Japan on February 5th, North America on February 24th, and Europe on February 27th.